Deep Rose opens with a bold rose note (you don't say...) of the same style of Czech & Speake's Dark Rose: nothing soapy or powdery, rather a dark, rich, humid and slightly boozy synthetic rose, dirtened (is that the verb? I mean "made dirtier") by a benzoin note which provides its peculiar carnal-camphoraceous feel, and a hint of oud on the base, which emerges as the scent evolves making it increasingly woodier, drier and darker. So basically another rose-oud scent, just a bit more centered on rose than on oud. Trendy yet elegant and decently pleasant, with a predictably rubbery and artificial drydown, which then finally settles on a nice, plastic, silky and dark rose accord. If you are familiar with Montale, it's just "another of their scents", if you aren't, then don't bother.