Welcome to Irena :wave: - as the Lady in Black says, a variety of cultures is the spice (wood note? chypre? amber?) of our lives. You'll find wonderful fellowshipping here - I know I have in the short time I've been hanging around.:bounce:!
It's still in the mid70' here at the beach in South Carolina so I drenched myself in Figue Amere, with several re-apps since. I just love this frag and may indulge in a bottle. When it's been on for a couple of hours it smells just like the incense my Russian Orthodox ikon instructor burned whilst I was being instructed in that Byzantine "ego-less" art. Recorded Gregorian chants and an urn of fragrant tea, sunlight slanting through stained glass windows in the refectory all were part of the scene - so the scent is really evocative for me. Really figgy, there's some green, a hint of brine frankincense? - and I think even vanilla in there somewhere.
Like I said - am thinking it's bottleworthy.