Excerpt: My husband first bought this fragrance for me, and I was initially unsure about it, but after wearing it a few times, I liked it more and more. It's an unusual fragrance,elegant, feminine and sophisticated and l've I've never smelled another wearing it, I love that too, but I get compliments on it all the time, and am often asked what it is. It was great to find it here, as it's no longer available in Australia. Being a tester meant amazing value for me too.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: Fresh, greengrass, somehow ozonic pungent opening (they say verbena, I'd say citral and calone), some white floral notes with light and slightly milky musks, a hint of sparkling ginger, some bittersweet fruity accents – almost pimiento-like. Light vetiver base. After a while it pops out a weird camphor-rubbery feel.
Summary: I liked this on initial application - clean, minimalist and heavy on the verbena. The galbanum note is the star in this reasonably-priced, well-behaved,somewhat innocuous and yet strangely appealing, soapy scent. Wear it when you want to blend in rather than draw attention.
Summary: Wow, I'm surprised at the bad reviews. Though I can see how this could remind one of a fantastic window cleaner or something like that, there's definitely enough uniqueness and interest to negate domestic product-vibes. I find it in the same family as ELPC Jasmine and White Moss and EL Pure White Linen, but more interesting, perhaps because more vegetal, than either of them.