The citrus up top is almost electrifyingly fresh as if you spent all morning squeezing the ripest of lemons by hand and the remains are all over your clothes. It’s invigorating and almost bubbly. The Orange blossom, and the following notes of gardenia, magnolia, and jasmine, give it a bit of a grounding that’s reminiscent of green tea which allows it to expand the overall scent into something more interesting and dynamic. As it floats its way to the base, the jasmine blends nicely into the musk, and you get a creamier rounding out thanks to the vanilla and sandalwood. The oakmoss and patchouli add a bit of texture but never much more as this always stays true to its bright citrus and green floral nature.