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The light peppery note with bay and orris open the gambit, and then the woody note with very nice discreet amber join the game. A bit of vetiver is thrown in, and a smidgen of leather. The drydown is wood and incense. Beautiful quality of the components that are very well blended. Is retreats very quickly though and stays very close to my skin, with wood and a bit of amber dominating rewards the end. Poor silage and limited projection on me, but good longevity of over three hours. A classic, rich but discrete, with class and beauty.
18th August, 2012 (Last Edited: 18th September, 2012)