I have to say that this almost feels like a redundancy of Inis. It feels like its slightly more sour, and less fresh cousin. I wasn't quite expecting this as Inis is an aquatic, and this looked to be more like a chypre.
You can definitely tell that citrus takes a stronger dominance here, and as it dries, you do notice the woody notes. However, this isn't like cedar chest or pencil shavings wood. It's very, very restrained and more like a hint of woodiness as opposed to blatant expression. The rose is also strikingly more obvious in Inis Or.
I was intrigued by the base notes and thought that perhaps this one would swing a bit more toward stereotypical "masculine" woodsy notes, but I find this one to be a bit more feminine and cloying. I think I'll stick to the original "Inis"