The name surprises me: Instead of Yuzu, the first sniff gave me rose dominating the citrus (yuzu) accord – but whether rose or yuzu, the accord is unique and impressive. The yuzu, as is its nature, does not last long and what is left for the remainder of the run of the fragrance is a soft subtle rose note that combines with moss in a very pleasant accord that has excellent longevity. At times in the accord, hinoki, a light conifer note, joins the rose-moss intermittently. The fragrance ends with a sweet musk that joins in with the traces-of-rose drydown. I enjoy this fragrance: It is rather unique and very subtle; it is well designed and structured; and it performs beautifully.