Fez starts out as a very nice rose, neroli, and vetiver scent shadowed by a sandalwood base. The rose is present from the beginning, and it is quite beautifully done Ė it is retiring, smooth, and soft. But then the leather from the base enters in and overwhelms the sandalwood first, and then the vetiver, neroli, and rose. I dislike leather notes in many fragrances, and the leather note in Fez is one I find quite objectionable. For me it was a nice scent until the leather showed up. I donít want to condemn the entire fragrance because of my particular aberration, so suffice it to say that I vote a neutral with the condition that if you like leather, rose, and neroli in fragrances, you may find this scent quite attractive.