This pefume’s most prominent note is ambroxyde, which is a synthetic animal musk with an addictivie, hypnotizing quality, which defines the perfume.
These heart notes, especially tuberose and lily, are what define the fragrance, but you can also catch a whiff of subtle vanilla, woodsy notes and musk at the base when as the fragrance settles.
The fragrance’s most prominent note is, of course, orange blossom, followed by petitgrain, bergamot and lemon, all laid on a clean bed of musk.
The classic, feminine Grasse Rose has been deepened into a green, freshly spiced rose scent with a prominent woody backbone.
At the opening of the perfume, the bergamot and grapefruit notes create a bright and fizzy scent. The scent then develops with the introduction of vetiver.
It opens with a burst of violet, iris and cardamom, which somehow blend with the deeper notes to create a scent that is reminiscent of pickled cucumber – very unique and intriguing.