Fragrance and music use similar terms --- notes, accords, harmonies --- and some fragrances seem especially musical. This is one of them --- wearing it immediately brings to mind the music of Antonio Carlos Jobim. There are complex harmonies and interplay of notes, a sensuous, earthy, spicy scent with hints of coffee and citrus brightening the tobacco notes. It's not overly brash --- there's an introspective quality to both, and a sunny warmth as well as a mellowness ("saudade" in Portuguese.) A shame they're not making this any more.
One online source I found described it as "a warm, rich, spicy tobacco scent with notes of citron, bay, laurel, pimiento, nutmeg, coffee, patchouli, resins, and vetiver."
06th March, 2010 (last edited: 03rd June, 2016)
This is the cologne that I've been trying to find again. But none of the fragrances I own appeal to me like this one did. It was a smell I didn't ever get tired of.