The note of heliotrope (in its accord with aristocratic patchouli) is heady in the opening but instead of sprouting in its dusty luxuriant exotic radiancy (as well as happens with the decadent Etro's one, the epitome of the perfect eliotrope imo) the aroma evolves towards a "greedy" licentious gourmand (coconutty/figgy/almondy) booziness (yes a bit Di Saronno Amaretto like and a tad tropical pina colada conjuring). Along the Do Re's dry down a drier muskiness tames vaguely a dominant (and somewhat boring) vanillic evolution veined by tobacco seasoned nuances. After a couple of hours the vanilla/benzoin presence smells more "restrained" and musky, a sort of warm (somewhat salty-cedary...some vetiver?) ambergris-like presence lingers around (sensual and "intimate"), in this stage the aroma is pleasant, romantic and refined (though not properly original). A nice liquorous naif gourmand full of "childish age" nostalgia.