Leather, vetiver, dry green notes and iris to make everything more dusty. Pungent, sometimes rough and angular. It's male, not simply to indicate his gender but because he is really male to the nth degree. There is not a single note in this perfume that makes it even vaguely unisex. I do not find it difficult at all and I also use it at work in very very formal contexts, it is a perfume that can be felt and distinguished, it tastes like a man, an adult man. Absolutely not suitable for a kid in a tracksuit or Bermuda shorts. Like the others Bianchi's perfumes, of course, it is not to be blind bought but must necessarily be tried (well) first. Performances absolutely worthy of the declared concentration, not like the other crafty ones (including Italians, but we don't mention names ...) who declare "Extrait" and have poor EdT performances; duration about 10-12 hours, with a moderate wake sillage in the first two, you will feel it for a very long time. Nice nice nice.