Summary: Deep Night is perfect name for this; it's dusky, sultry and sensual. (The name probably has as much to do with the Peniocereus note, a night blooming cactus, as the sultry nature of the fragrance.) I agree with LadyRouge; this could be a unisex scent. I love the amber, musk, vanilla, woods, stone fruits and rose, but Peniocereus is likely the note that makes this unique, usual and voluptuous.
Summary: This is my favorite purfume and I wish I could buy it local. Every city I have been to, I could not find it. Even on the internet, you have to check almost weekly and when you do find it, you have to jump on it. I looked on line and found the larger bottle. When I went back on line the same day to purchase it, the larger bottle was gone and so I had to buy the smaller size! If anyone knows where to buy this in a retail store, HOLLER!!!!
Summary: Cocoa, apricots and nicotiana; that is what this perfume says to me. A long-time favourite this is a great all-rounder which lasts well and warms nicely on the skin. My tastes now move toward the slightly less 'obvious' fragrances but this is only easily available brand that remains in my perfume arsenal and long may it do so!
Summary: This is an ethereal powdery woody musky floral. I smell the rose and apricot first, but even people who don't like rose or apricot will enjoy this because neither are overpowering: this is very well put together, so no one not dominates, even though you can pick out individual notes. It's one of the few popular fragrances from the past twenty years that, despite being sweet, isn't sickly. It's also quite light, so it's hard to apply too much.