I was able to find it in a second-hand app. It was created by Christine Nagel and Francis Kurkdjian and that is one of the reasons I wanted to buy it. I don't think I'm going to finish this fragrance since it's like a mini relic and also the scent doesn't go 100% with me (I expected it differently). It may seem gourmand but it is far from what we know today as gourmand, its 90s air is very remarkable, it is a smell that without being the same, reminds of exclamation by Coty. I get the citrus fruity notes at the top for a short time, the first half hour, then it gives way to flowers where the iris stands out, which is noticeable throughout the development of the fragrance, standing out above the rest of the notes. I think that it also has more musk or powdery notes, although it is not declared. The fruit that is most persistent along with the iris is the peach. It doesn’t completely disappear despite being a top note. The rest of the hours, on the dry down, what is perceived is a much smoother iris with vanilla and tonka bean as a backdrop. Throughout the development there is a stinging feeling in the nose but it is not annoying, I think it is due to the mixture of cinnamon with sandalwood although I do not perceive these notes by themselves, it is more a feeling in the nose than their scent. Last but not least, it is an EDT (30ml in my case) that has EDP performance. Quietly it lasts 8~9 hours on the skin, better than actual launches. It does not leave a great trail, it is more for short distances.