After the mellow, sweet coniferous/citrus opening has run out of momentum, this adventure turns into an ordeal when its rancid, woody core is exposed.
Crononaut is right: it's one-dimensional, but that dimension is pretty attractive. Very much in the aquatic-citrusy catgegory, and to my nose quite similar to CK Escape. Hardly a scent for the ages, but you can't go wrong with it.
Used to be my favorite fragrance in high school, now when I revisit it I realize how one-dimensional it is... this scent does not evolve on your skin. Still, whatever it is that makes this smell so good to me, I really enjoy the sugary-sweet, fresh, aquatic notes, especially since the stuff is so cheap!