Woody citrus musk. A little soapy like D&G Homme or Gendarme. Plain and nice and refreshing if you don't want something with depth.
I bought this based on the recommendation from the 2 basenoters above 9deepthought and foetidus). It was cheap indeed, but I must say this is too similar to Lanvin homme and Carolina Herrera 212. And since I already own Lanvin Homme, this was a dissapointment. Not bad though, it is best worn on a no shower errand day in the summertime. It accentuates normally offensive body odor quite well. Some women seem to dig it as well, since its got that 'naturelle' thing going on.
My skin really picks up the Patchouli notes in this which at first can be a bit "sickly". Drydown reveals all the other citrus notes and these have a good lasting power. Buy it as a cheapy and enjoy it for everyday wear.
Top: bergamot, lime, neroli, apple
Mid: patchouli, rose, teakwood
Base: vanilla, musk, labdanum
A nice fragrance—quite good considering how inexpensive as it is. The citrus / fruit opening is tempered by the patchouli and wood from the heart. The floral center isn’t very floral—I can’t determine the rose that is supposed to be in there, but it is a comfortable floral / wood accord that is pleasantly without synthetic undertones. The base quietly finishes the scent off with a pleasant, slightly sweet musky accord. Society is a restrained and gentle fragrance. It would work very well for someone who wants a pleasant, masculine, non-synthetic, non-aggressive ambiance without spending a lot of money.