Any form of attraction is subjective. This is definitely overhyped, I think.
On initial application, there is a full, fresh bergamot, not too sharp, but smooth and clean. After about 15 minutes this goodwill is utterly destroyed by a dreadful, off-key white musk that reminds me of those god-awful plug-in air fresheners. Luckily, vanilla arrives to smooth this off and finally vetiver lingers in the background. The sillage is weak after the bergamot and the longevity only around 2-3 hours.
This is very much a feminine scent (and this comes from a guy who wears Black Orchid) and is linear in delivery and execution. All mouth and no trousers, IMHO.
Well it could be I suppose. Cedarwood seems to be the main player here but the whole fragance has a 'musky' feel. I'm a little worried about the longevity -- I need to give it a proper day's wear.
Sarah McCartney seems to be a one woman band who works out of West London and creates and packages each fragrance. Apparently, the title of the fragarnce was a comment from a friend of hers who tested it.
Very nice indeed and, yes -- it is sexy
10th January, 2014 (last edited: 13th January, 2014)