I like it.
It is a successful rendition of good spice and wood notes.
In the introduction there is a mere suggestion of coconut, but it does not persist.
I don't find the rum note problematic, it has a boozy "whoopee" sort of charm in the opening. Then it blends in and enriches the other notes.
The cedar note develops very nicely. It is accurate, attractive and persistent.
The rosewood is skillfully deployed. That is so powerful that it can overpower many scents. Here, it is used with restraint.
The cedar combines with light patchouli for a cool, woody vibe.