One of the things that i'm certain about this brand is that operational, let's say, proposition in its luxury launches seems to be based on try to make better, transform or give a luxury aura to mainstream ideas that has bem proven to be great success or that has created a captive audience that misses certain discontinued fragrances. I see the first case on L, that aims here a masculine creation that was very influential since it was launched, the Ellena masterpiece for Cartier, Declaration. How does L stands from it? By removing the spicy nuances, the cumin that gives a more skin carnal touch, and reducing the birch/cuir accord. This way, the idea gains more importance on the woody vetiver aroma, the mineral iso e super smell and on the citrus accord, very well balanced here between a sweeter aroma and a green a bitter fruity smell. I think it's interesting the way a rose aroma is fit here in way that i guess most man will not notice it smell. Two rose aspects, the citrus bitter one from citronellol and the minty one from geraniol, are highlighted here, fit around the citrus aura and backed on a drier fir balsam smell, which reminds me of dry herbs, woodsticks and incense. Again, the ideas here seem to be well orchestrated, the citrus aroma is intense of excellent quality and the fragrance has a good performance on skin, but i still feel that you are purchasing a luxury Declaration brother.