This classic casual fragrance, though finally a bit too much soapy/synthetic for my full pleasure, smells still modern (and basically sharp) nowadays because of its combination of woodsy-soapy oakmoss, musk, aqueous (refreshing) vetiver and marine notes (so "beated" at moment), really daring and fashinating with its exotic cool (spicy-ambery-musky) touch evocative of left back olfactoty fields. The floral notes are restrained and well combined with smooth marine elements and vetiver in a sort of balmy/ozonic mimosa (I mean mimosa like) aroma. Hints of balsams and amber complete the woodsy neutrality of the balmy/musky oakmoss while woody wet accents support the angular saltiness of the marine molecules. The aroma fluctuates between soapy/boise conservative traits (with white floral accents, musk and hints of botanic mildness) and a salty airy substance. The dry down is decidedly musky. Discreetly fresh all day long. Not bad my friends.
Pros: Aromatic and modern
Cons: May be too much soapy.</p>
27th June, 2013 (last edited: 16th April, 2015)