A very chemical floral melange - it all smells plastic to me.
Despite the ingredients: jasmine, peony, black currant, ivy (which by the way has no scent - go figure), ambergris, vanilla, musk, tonka (sometimes I swear these companies make these ingredients up - put a bunch in a hat, toss it in the air and pick 7 or 9 up from the floor and say those are in this particular scent!)
This is the first of the 8 Divines I've experienced which deserves a thumbs down. Turin gave it four undeserved stars and called it a "mimosa floral." Not true! More like plastic swimming pool!
Poor in the extreme!
A sheer jasmine (mainly, yes there’s a smidge of ylang in the background) across which something subtle, synthetic and green creeps. Won’t scare the horses; resolutely fails to interest me.
What a totally beautiful fragrance: Sensual, gossamery, elegant, delicate, feminine, sophisticated… Flowery, fruity, green, light, and delicately sweet, it reminds me a bit of a creamy, white- floral Silver Mountain Water, only more refined and more regal. It certainly deserves its royal name, with its suggestion of youth, because it is completely captivating in both its elegance and its purity. The delicate greens—ivy and blackcurrant leaves—are the perfect foil for the nuanced florals, while the sweets of the dry down—ambergris, vanilla, musk and tonka—complete the progression to perfection. L’Infante is one very special fragrance.
What a lovely beauty of a scent. Fresh, clean-very ladylike and youthful. I'm charmed, but not driven to buy it. I like my perfumes to be sultry vixens, not blushing young girl scents. I think this would be perfect for a teenager.