A raucous scent unlike anything I've ever smelled!
Opens with the "fire" - a dense, charred herbaceous blast that I would almost call a "vegetal leather." With time this is juxtaposed with a rich and heavy tuberose that doesn't register as a floral but serves as the "cream". I can't tell if the two are fighting or co-existing in tenuous harmony, but it certainly holds my attention. I think the orange, which is dark and backgrounded, works as a bridging agent to both connect the opposing forces and cut a bit of their severity. A light lavender helps retain an herbaceous feel once the cream sets in.
It's deep, it's strange, it's a touch sexy.
The notes list really doesn't explain what is going on here.