Exactly as the notes describe: you get a light rose, and a fruity osmanthus which comes off apricoty. The chocolate is definitely present, making this fragrance gourmand and the vetiver gives it some legs to stand on.
I was looking for a cherry fragrance -- this isn't cherry.
This is yet another fruity-floral-gourmand for young girls. However this one does have some higher quality ingredients which shouldn't be ignored. It's the overly common fruity floral gourmand that happens to be a bit more 'expensive' smelling.
I would give this a thumbs down if smelled cheap - but luckily for tokyo milk, it smells of quality.
Think rich, suburban 14 year old daughter: "like omg stacy, justin totally didn't text me back! What a jerk!"