A pleasant but very restrained opening of citrus and bergamot leads to a drydown that combines heliotropes with a floral bouquet of peony and pansy impression. The citrus-cum-bergamot freshness is now in the backgound and instead whiffs of neroli are present.
The base is the least remarkeale part, a somewhat dull and uninteresting white musky note. Not a convincing end.
I get soft sillage, adequate projection and seven hours of longevity close to my skin.
This is a nice summery scent. Pros: well blended of good, mainly natural ingredients. Cons: very discreet and at times plainly weak, even in the overall quite pleasant top and heart notes. The base is a letdown.
Overall verdict: close to the dividing line between neutral and positive, but the need for frequent reapplication and the disappointing base tilt it towards the neutral side. Discreetness can be good but this one is too discrete. 2.75/5.