good for warm weather..
more feminine than masculine..
light citrus and light woods..
Pros: Nice smell
Cons: Overpriced and too simple"
Earthy and fresh! A simple (almost simplicistic) and very easy to wear citrusy vetiver with peppery undertones. Unpretentious, pleasant and very natural yet not particularly interesting. Definitely unisex.
Good if you don't know anything better.
I love this. Love love love. Very clean, it reminds me of linen for some reason, and my husband likes it, too. I get a lot of bergamont from this and pepper. I can see this being effortless, regardless of weather or gender. It was love at first sniff.
I love woods, pepper, and citrus. Eva has these three together and the blend is so smooth and natural it's just effortlessly elegant. Great unisex. Now only if it is easier to find and at a much MUCH lower price...
Eva started off with a deliciously fresh herbal green note that had me thinking of comparisons between it and Miller et Bertaux #3. But then, the citrus notes wandered in and Eva turned out to be a citrus aromatic fragrance more than anything. Smell-wise, it is a cross between Etro's Lemon Sorbet and CdG's Ourzazate. While I liked Eva just fine, given the strong presence of vetiver, it would clearly be better suited on a man. I kind of wonder why Santa Maria Novella gave it such a decidedly feminine name as it is likely to put off any regular (read "non-perfumista") man!
Per The Perfumed Court, here are the notes: Citrus, bergamot, black pepper and vetiver.