This may be the freshest, most watery fragrance I’ve ever tried. It is a simple fragrance, so much so that to me it really is reminiscent of the early 1990s, when it seemed everything was being brought down to the barest essentials. This is a simple, fresh scent that is light and airy.
Top Notes:Ugandan Vanilla, Dew Drop Floral Petals, Lotus, Bulgarian Rose
Middle Notes: Jasmine, Freesia, Orchid
Base Notes: White Amber, Sandalwood, Vanilla in Water
While there are floral notes in this scent, on me they are very faint. The initial impression is of a very light vanilla scent (but not overly sweet), with a hint of the freesia. The dry down is a bit prolonged, after an hour or so the freesia steps back a bit and the amber and sandalwood are a bit more apparent. To me they are very subtle and watery.
Overall this is a fragrance for those that don’t like fragrances. It’s so light and subtle, it really is more like you’ve changed laundry detergent or your shampoo. A subtle change that isn’t overwhelming.