If this came in a glass bowl I'd eat it, no problem. I'm a bit less keen on wearing it because it does something so familiar at this point in time that an odour quite similar to this one flares from someone or the other at almost any social gathering one may go to.
Néa is fruity gumdrops in a pool of caramel. As with many of these dessert gourmands note differentiation is beside the point, and here everything is a thoroughly blended and smoothed out whole. The fruity accent is about as interesting as it gets if I had to plump for a particular fruit I'd go for pomegranate. There is a bit of a puckering tang to it, but gumdrops is its destiny. A brief flash of something a bit mouldy-boozy at the start is soon covered by the voluminous robes of creamy caramel.
Néa is quite comforting and easy going, but has all the character of a peeled potato. It also, surprisingly for this kind of perfume, deflates considerably in projection after the first few hours. Go for the plentiful budget alternatives instead if you really must.
First of all, I really like the frosted two toned bottle with sketched writing and heavy cap. Very nice presentation. Nea is a lightly sweet caramel with pomegranate and Tonka. A nice creamy fragrance that is kind of fruity. Very nice! More suited for fall or cool nights. 7.5/10