This is different from most of the Comptoir Sud Pacifique fragrances I’ve tried, perhaps because the vanilla is not as dominant – this is more musky with a dominant patchouli and some sandalwood in the base. Tea also takes part in the platform of Rizières. In the opening I get a bit of citrus with a strong mint note. The citrus doesn’t really come across very strongly to me and I can’t identify the type of citrus. I do get that accord that might be called “rice field,” but it doesn’t take a dominant position; it exists more in the background. In spite of the strong mint note, the fragrance has a firm warmth to its delivery. It’s a nice-enough, complex fragrance that exhibits moderate sillage and good longevity, but it doesn’t strike me as anything special.