Neither India nor saffron, neither magic nor sensuality
Mandarin is there, plastic mandarin, but mandarin, fair enough. But where are the flowers they promised? Tuberose? Osmanthus? Hello? I can't smell them at all, just some faint chemical flowery mix, mimicking the real thing in a somewhat metallic way. And saffron? I'm fed up with those lies manufactured by the perfume industry. Saffron does not smell like the artificial aromachemical used in "Indian Garnet". "Magic?" "Sensuality" - as promsised in the advertisment? Not there. And India? You know the answer. Just another commercial bubble.
This said, "Omnia Indian Garnet" is an average, rather fresh, slightly flowery scent with low staying-power, a pronounced mandarin top-note, a very misleading name and a general lack of personality.