Osmanthus is one of my favorite scents that I associate with soap, but it is wonderful in the heart here with green tea. The jasmine sambac just sings with the attar kewda, a combination I enjoyed in her fragrance Gigi. With a grapefruit and spearmint opening, you have a tart blast of freshness. It is youthful, dewy and cheerful. But this is where it starts getting interesting. The powdery drydown with ambrette and tonka bean reminds me of lipstick and a prom night corsage with baby's breath. This scent is velvety after a dazzling entrance, elegant, flirty and chic. At the very end, there is tarragon and honey.
Starts with a refreshing breath of spearmint that is (thankfully) grassy and woody rather than chewing-gum sweet. Coupled with a gentle blend of grapefruit, jasmine, and green tea, it offers a perfect fragrance for hot weather--but that's not all. The base is what makes it special. Ambrette seed and osmanthus give it the aroma of warm skin. I even pick up a haylike note that is beautiful. This is not a simple fragrance, even thought it is straightforward. I would also consider it unisex.