An interesting little perfume. Sun kicks off with a chamomile tea smell, supported by just a pinch of vanilla. It's not gourmand at all - the vanilla is really there just to give a little richness. The amber shows up as a quiet hint of butterscotch that's mostly detectable in the topnotes.
Given time, it ends up spending most of the day as a sort of honeyed mimosa or acacia smell, floral but with an animalic growl underneath, some sort of trick using the sandalwood to play up the dark nature of the honey smell.
Sun is a decent perfume, worthy of a thumbs up, but it's fairly simple. It's a bit more "raw" than your average floral, and smells like it's made with mostly natural ingredients. It's not really "wow-ing" me, but it's fine.