A really sweet and quite oomphy opening of rose and peony notes which had me wondering why this was being called an ‘Eau Fraiche’ by the company. I imagine it’s to do with a certain leafiness in the mix and just a tiny touch of citrus – so far so enjoyable. But as things progress this becomes yet another rose soliflore where the white musk base gradually overtakes any remaining interest. How many of those does one need? Also suffers from a common Rosine problem of dropping to a skin scent within minutes.