Summary: I can't relate to the notes listed by YSL/L'Oréal. Green tea, bergamot, neroli, black currant bud? Not really. Jasmine, freesia, rose, orange blossom? Sorry, I can't tell those aromachemicals apart. What I can smell is a very strong vanilla-toffee note, tonka bean, artificial sandalwood and cashmeran. Basically the structure of the regular "Manifesto". Those top-notes of green tea, bergamote etc. vanish after two minutes and the "flowers" are an artificial mess.
Summary: I purchased the Spray for my wife and according to my wife it was not equal in quality or lasting strength as the original product purchased from another retailer one year ago. It did not appear to be the same product. It was different and my wife won't use it.
Summary: I'm the type of person who doesn't like anything perfumy or overpowering. I actually get headaches from many perfumes. Needless to say, I have a very limited set of fragrances that I would use. When a sales clerk offered to try this on me, I was just going to say "no thanks, I don't like perfumes", but I got a whiff of it, and it was a unique scent that actually smelled nice, unlike many other perfumes out there. So I had her spray it on me.