It seems significant that the great perfume writers (Dove, Turin and Sanchez, Herman) have practically ignored the proliferous house of Prince Matchabelli. Only Herman reviews one scent of theirs and that is Aviance.
This is quite an unusual scent. There is a bright green floral opening, then the heart reveals what Herman correctly identifies as a "milky herbal tea" effect Tonka Bean and a chypre-like base of Vetiver, Musk and Moss ground it.
It can correctly be labelled as a floral chypre with its mix of greens, florals and woods.
All that said, it is not outstanding in any way. As a drugstore scent, it is no better nor worse than others of its ilk. Despite all it has going for it, it never rises above pleasant.
Top note: Bergamot
Heart notes: Rose, Muguet, Jasmine, Orris
Base notes: Sandalwood, Vetiver, Moss, Tonka, Musk