The sunny name might make one expect to experience an opening full of brightness, but the bergamot-brightness is attenuated by a spicy, cardamom-peppery undertone.

The drydown adds a good dose of a green-ish jasmine, that is given extra sweetness by ylang-ylang. The is a hint of a light tuberose present that is lacking any waxiness or raisinous features.

The base turns it into a vanilla-coconut-laden sweet melange, with undertones of benzoin and slightly musky hints.

I get moderate sillage, good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.

A bit more intensive that its Eau de SB flanker, is also tries to conjure up sun tan associations. Overall not bad but rather generic in general and hyper-generic in the base. 2.75/5