Barbara Herman loved this tuberose-dominated floral chypre, but I am sadly unimpressed. I so wanted to like it - the strong red color, the vintage bottle of pure parfum, the reported blend of tuberose, jasmine, rose, musk and civet.
Alas, it starts off very Crepe de Chine-like - a very warm, animalic chypre, then resolves into an unremarkable (to my nose) floral melange without a dominant tuberose.
The warm woodiness seems to me a combination of sandalwood and vanilla, nice but unremarkable.
Another vintage Coty that sadly for me does not live up to its packaging.