Initially indolic but lamentably linear and finally sultry (almost oppressive) gardenia/apricot type of aroma with the soothing influence from the balsams and any (in my humble opinion) trace of nocturnal atmosphere around. I waited a bit for the permanent jasmine blooming up but kept on to detect prevalently a sort of vanillic-soapy gardenia/apricot and a touch patchouli. The citric orangy presence is minimal and due to be captured just for a while at the beginning. I detect just a minimal trace of jasmine along the trip (but it happens mostly at the beginning flanked by a touch of citric tartness) but the aroma smells mostly about peachy/apricot gardenia and final balminess. For a better appointed shadowy gardenia i suggest Gardenia Grand Soir Parfumerie Generale and in general the radiant and more luxurious V&A Gardenia Petale. Not bad.
Pros: Indolic for a while
Cons: Common and finally too much vanillic"