Freesia blast with a (very) faint hint of sweetpea and quince. No violet, no rose, no citrus, not detectable as this fragrance is utterly ruled by freesia in top note, and musk which takes centre stage as heart note and remains linear to drydown.
It's a sober without being dated scent. But it's nothing new, or extraordinary. To me, it speaks business scent, the kind of perfume I can see a sharply dressed woman wear at important board meetings. That squeaky clean, out of shower scent that for some reason appeals to many, but not me.
This is a polite, there with a sophisticated demure attitude fragrance. But as said, it's a bit too business like, not for dating due to its soapy, no-nonsense stance.
Definitely a great one for work. Worth buy a sample before blind buy!