The initial green muguet whiff is almost gummy in perception and it "sounds" like a deep plastic weird inhalation. In a couple of minutes the rose starts to rise up understating the plastic vibe and enhancing a touch of vintage somewhat potpourri (vaguely stale) sophistication while flanked by an ethereal presence of white freesia. A note of jasmine flanks the muguet prolonging the variegated floral depth. The latter is retained till the end when a woodsy-musky classically chypre base is settled with its touch of vanillic smootness. Romantic and somewhat retro floral bouquet with a mossy and probably slightly animalic dry down. Not bad.
21st May, 2011 (last edited: 06th July, 2014)