You'd imagine that people on such forums as these would have basic knowledge of perfumery notes...
Alas, such is apparently not the case.
Dragons Blood is indeed a very linear fragrance. This would be caused by the fact that it is composed of a single note, that being Dragon's Blood resin which is obtained from several different plant species but generally from the sap of Dracaena and Daemonorops species.
The resin is sweet, floral, and heady in it's fragrance and BPALs interpretation is spot on. This is a perfect scent on it's own of layered with other oils to impart a dense, thick and almost sugary floral/incense note.