Summary: Firstly, it's a bit cheap-smelling and chemical, especially for a prestigious house such as Bvlgari. That would be because there is no such thing as "gardenia", only Bvlgari's attempt to replicate it with various other ingredients. Gardenia gives no absolute, as we all know by now.
Summary: This fragrance is interesting. It contrasts a soft feminine, innocent fluffy almond and musk with sharp jasmine, and…tangy licorice? Yes, licorice. Odd choice. A little patchouli in the dry down. Also as it dries down the almond begins to somehow smell a bit toasted? Delicious!