I have this in the form of a sample card with both pour Homme and pour Femme attached. I don't wear the masculine scent myself, but I thought I would for this review. The notes listed on the card are:
Lily of the Valley
It is described as a woody aromatic transparent fragrance and indeed it does transmit a sense of transparency. All I get of the top notes is the Juniper with a hint of pepper, but the woody dry down is soft and nice.
Not as strong as many of the scents today - more like a cologne! Super fresh with a typical citrusy topnote, but with some refined undertones... Definitely nice, but a little to weak to last me the entire day... Used it for some time as a before bedtime fragrance...
Straightforward, no-nonsense style. Extremely classy minty-herbal cocktail, neroli oil and cooling cedar notes. Conservative marine scent.
Probably the most romantic and gentle fragrance I have had. Unfortunately, very hard (but maybe impossible) to find even in Italy.