An excellent fruity chypre, obviously created by a master.
As Barbara Herman notes, it is a perfect balance between sweetness and darkness.
Honey, peach and hazelnut combine to give it a pastry-like aroma (think Caron's Farnesiana or Guelain's L'Heure Bleue). The darkness is neither animalic, woody, nor mossy, so indiscernible to my nose as to its source. It has a balsamic quality to it.
Too bad the notes are not available to us, as it would be fun to know what the components are.
Sadly discontinued and very pricey on Ebay, but worth sampling.
A beautiful, peachy chypre (at a guess). Think Rochas Femme, without the skank. Fruity and round. Gorgeous quality and longevity. An utterly adorable scent.
Of all 12 Limited Edition 'Ma Collection' de Jean Patou fragrances I used to wear, this one got the most positive responses, and it was my personal favorite as well.