The opening's citrus impressions are pleasant but not particularly convincing. The real thing commences in the drydown, with its jasmine-wood combination raising the bar considerably. I get a reasonable jasmine, but the wood note is very well done indeed. I mainly get rosewood, and together with the opening it now enhances the too notes, especially when the slightly honeyed vanilla arrives that alludes to the comestible in the name of this product.
This now vanilla-centred mix is what remains until the end, and all together is has indeed characteristics compatible with the smell of a pancake or muffin on the plate on sunny summer terrace. May a bit more orange marmalade on top?
The sillage is moderate, projection adequate and I get seven hours of longevity.
Yes, a sweetish summery, not refreshing but lingering on the sunny side of life. After a suboptimal start it gears up nicely. 3/5.