A fresh and bright neroli opens it up; it exudes sunny lights that are enhanced by whiffs if a lemony background - it puts a smile on my face.
The drydown adds a green impression, like walking past fires of freshly cut young grass. The green and the neroli work together well.
The base is a touch darker with a light - too anaemic at times - amber that is combined with some white musks.
I get moderate sillage, good projection and, with liberal application, five hours of longevity on my skin.
The first half of this summer scent is nice and very pleasant, but the second half is rather generic and synthetic, especially when it gets closer to the end. Overall the good first parts is not convincing enough to compensate for the rest. 2.75/5