Aquatic bananas and melon. Somehow simple and flat like car scents or way erasers smell. No base notes. No base as it faints in five minutes.
Next to Amorito, Aztique's my favorite fragrance in the quite clever and generally well rendered "Invent your Scent" line. While super-fruity scents aren't always my thing, this one's got an attitude to it and it's a lot of fun. There are bananas and peaches mixed in with lime zest and some pear; the whole thing smells like white sangria or being in San Miguel d'Allende, a fantastic little artistic-colony kind of place down in Mexico. Various florals plus sandalwood, amber, light woods and musk support this exotic fruit cocktail in the nicest way possible; they keep the mood going without taking over or taking away. This is really good stuff - sort of nil on the staying power but that's not a shocker, all things considered. For a cute little scent like this - which I also plan on giving as a gift - that's acceptable and even desirable in a way, as the upside of walking around smelling like a fruit bowl does wear a touch thin after a while.