Funny, the first comment made upon sharing this with a friend was "Coconut". But not to my nose.
What I detect in the opening is a very sour, fruity gumball effect; maybe a touch of creamy sweetness, with a super soft and subtle note of sage in the background. There is an initial blast of bergamot and citron that gives the fig a sort-of rhubarb type crispness, which gradually mellows out over time.
Good staying power.
Not much progression or surprises after that. Dry down is of thyme.