I'm going to buy coffee
It's like smelling a bunch of jasmine with some ylang ylang in between. It is a constant of this brand to list many notes in their fragrances that in reality are not present except one in two. At the opening the bergamot is perceptible for 3 seconds, the coffee and cinnamon are not present, the violet makes the jasmine greener for a while, as if the stem were also present. In the central part, the presence of tuberose and osmanthus is missing, even if they are listed on the manufacturer's website. For 4 hours the perfume does not deviate from being an accord between jasmine and ylang ylang, then the performance drops and it becomes a light fragrance with amber together with something that could recall sandalwood. The suede is absolutely not perceptible. Definitely a more feminine fragrance.