I received a sample of this with an order I placed recently, and I'm always happy to try out a niche fragrance that's new to me. Although the notes make me wonder; what is 'ultrazur-mol"? That can't be good, can it? It sounds like a chemical.
Let me say that, in the bottle and freshly sprayed, it reminds me a bit of Juicy Fruit gum. Shortly after application, a big hit of jasmine and some fruitiness, but not the black current listed. I like black current's sour note, but there is none here that I can detect. What I do notice is a generalized fruity note.
Suddenly we're sliding into new territory. Imagine a big pile of jasmine flowers nestled into a bed of pencil shavings. A heavy cedar note surrounds the sweetness. I'm not sure I can wear this longer than necessary to finish this review. Too sweet for my taste, and the cedar smells harsh and seems to overwhelm the jasmine at this point. Very unpleasant combination. Unisex? I don't think so.
A scrubber. However, for those who like fruity-florals, it might be worth a sample wear. But know that this one is a "Jeckle and Hyde" type fragrance; the opening and the drydown are two very different perfumes. So this is niche? Now I'm reduced to scrubbing my wrists and arms with Listerine/ Handi-Wipes to get rid of the smell.
Pros: None Cons: Overly sweet, chemical notes, overpowering"