The opening blast is a combination of a green-woodsy notes, with herbal and mahogany wood impression greeting me. This all is brightened up by a bit of bergamot,
and, most importantly, by lots of aldehydes. Quite and unusual impression when it all comes together.
The drydown is floral, mainly muguet, but a slightly powder jasmine, and rose stems; I get not that much of the rose blossom here.
the base is characterised by a continuation of the wood, although more sandal than mahogany now. There is a darker musky component, synthetic for sure, but quite
pleasant with its slightly dusty undertone.
I get moderate sillage, very good projection, and seven hours of longevity on my skin.
A good spring scent with a touch o creativity and unusual mixes. At times a bit dull in the second half, but of subdued refinement at the beginning. 3.5/5