A nice enough mix of rose and saffron, with dusty oak-smelling wood playing alongside and quite a bit of sooty smoke. There's a pinch of jammy patchouli in the background and the eventual drydown is a good but faint chypre-esque mix of vetiver, patchouli, and mossy galbanum.
It's a good perfume, similar to a lot of others but easily holding its own (the chypre base is an unexpected treat). It's worth mentioning that I don't smell any rubbery or medicinal smells that would point to actual oud. This is definitely one of those westernized ouds that uses a bunch of saffron to simulate the real thing.