It’s a bland, soapy, musky scent. It’s very soft with hardly any sillage… in fact, it is so light that hardly qualifies as a skin scent. I smell a soft, transparent, soapy, sort of musky note – not very complex, and very uninteresting. I think it would qualify as a sort of an after shower skin scent requiring imagination – clean and slightly musky… barely noticeable.
I can see this as a scent for someone who doesn’t want to have anyone to know he or she is wearing a fragrance (it’s totally unisex). I seriously doubt that it can be identified as a fragrance – only as shower soap. Personally, I like the identifiable translucency of CK Be better than the unidentifiable transparency that Keiko Mecheri Musc delivers. 121
An excellent, dry, very subtle musk. Light and crisp without any animalic notes; this is a "clean" musk. Starts off very muted, but warms up with body heat to give a slightly sweet, ambery note with some light woods.
Longevity is excellent, though it sticks very close to the skin. One of the better light musks on the market, especially for summer. Nevertheless, if you are an MKK fan, this is probably the polar opposite in the genre.