Infini opens with a pleasant, sweet, vanillic and initially citrus-y amber accord with a dusty white-grayish musky note, and a subtle sort of “abstract” salty-talc feel which is probably due to ambroxide (that ambrette seeds note). A silky light breeze of flower petals and tonka beans complete the thin composition, together with a vague earthy-woody base note. Shortly a sort of contemporary, glossy, tamed-down and almost “abstract” aromatic Oriental scent centered on amber, vanilla, white musks and exotic hints of tonka and woods. But most of all sweet, dry, talc-dusty warm amber with musks. The evolution is close to zero, it all gets just a bit lighter and drier (and slightly more salty too, but also developing a nice balsamic breeze after a couple of hours). Pleasant and undoubtedly refined, although in a kind of (much) boring way: it’s a plain, linear and conventional amber-musky scent like tons of others, with no particular “niche” added value. Dozens of other fragrances do the same job at a fraction of the price, but “per se” Infini is not bad, so if you’re in the mood of flushing money down the toilet...