Fruity, ambery, resinous, and long-lasting gourmand; quite concentrated and sweet. After an intial burst of citrus, it has an oily, almost head-shoppy quality that is slightly piercing & bitter (marigold? rhubarb?) and warm (heliotrope, mimosa). The dry down becomes more sensual, and accents both frankincense and slightly woody qualities, with a dessert touch. I imagine it would have delicious sillage if sprayed all over. Probably would be enjoyed by those who favor warm, strong, "statement" perfumes like Giorgio, Poison, Amarige, Angel and Opium, but with a more modern, fruity and playful twist. No musk or animalic notes: fruit, wood, amber, and dessert.