The scent cannot be described as cheerful or fresh.It has unisex tendencies and reveals a spicy musky allure.It is dedicated to a feminine and strong woman, with accentuated sexuality.Just like a boudoir, the fragrance defines a private and intimate space, charming and seductive, while touching the woman's skin, neck and decollete.It is not anywhere near Tabu by Dana or Bal a Versailles but it seems to want to approach vintage sex bombs.It opens with aldehydes that are quiet, subdued, and whispery.
This is a mature fragrance for a confident, sophisticated, older woman whose live is not ahead of her but behind her.
The heart is sweet and opulent with jasmine, luscious rose, narcissus, carnation, orris root, cardamom and coriander.
The base brings patchouli, warm and milky sandal wood, tobacco leaves, cinnamon and powdery soft vanilla. The top is made as a globe encircled by a ring, which symbolize the power of femininity. I wore it everywhere and anywhere no daytime/night time divide for me.
I would say that I do detect a noticeable white floral mix of soft barely there jasmine and narcissus. This is a flower vase that needs to be thrown out and changed. The spices are delicious and they seem exotic - cardamom gingers, cinnamon, and perhaps some coriander. It has a short life and can best be described as an intriguing exotic Oriental body spray.
The courtesan in her boudoir does not like flower bouquets and she is instead inviting her male clients with the seductive scents of her own body and her skin, clean, musky, and visible through a see-through diaphanous negligee or stockings, garter belt and bras. This can be worn in winter or fall, even Halloween at the end of this month, with a costume of sex appeal - a witch, a vampire, Marie Antoinette French maid with feather duster, so forth.