Very brisk minty citrus opening with well defined sweet woodsy accords gathering near the bottom. The woody amber and tonka bean notes listed here are very accurate. They are the dominant players here and they dry down in to a musky woods. Good sillage and mild longevity, I find it ok for work (a little strong) but going out in the evening it feels grand!
M has a citrus opening, which smells like lemon, but itís not. Itís Yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit used during bathing, and is usually cut in hot springs to scent the water. There is also a sweet Tea and Pepper note, which feels similar to Bvlgari Pour Homme Soir. There is an Ozonic, breezy feel throughout the topnotes.
The heart bears a warm, light green leafy note, over a scent like Hay, with a light fizzy Incense accord. Slightly smoky, but itís really been given a light touch and seems as though itís being smelled through a veil of steam. There are similarities to Odeur 71, with itís abstract incense note, and Líeau díIssey. The Coriander is also present, with a quiet Rose note similar to dunhill Londonís.
The drydown is a powdery, soft, rooty Vetiver, with Chocolate. Which smells a lot better than it sounds. Itís surprisingly sensual and just smells great.