Princess Jelisaveta apparently is a real-life Yugoslavian princess, and she made this first perfume, E, in cooperation with Sopha Grojsman--whicy qualifies as pretty impressive credentials. It is listed as a floral, but it comes across as more of an Oriental to me, something akin to Bond No. 9 Chinatown. The notes are: citrus, lily, jasmine, hyacinth, orange blossom, white iris, woods, and musk. Predominant are the jasmine and orange blossom, making this sweet and fruity, but the woody base gives it depth and character. Most florals strike me as light and airy, but this one is decidedly thick and warm. There is a vague "nutty" aroma about it that reminds me of one certain aspect of Chinatown. The fragrance ends powdery, but it still retains that deep, nutty sweetness. I found this enjoyable.