I was gifted this fragrance. I do like it. As a designer fragrance from a branch of the Armani house I think it does have an appeal to a certain target group. What I like about it is that it opens with citrus and then transitions into a slightly spicy cacao vibe. I do get the bergamot in the top, before it slowly fades into a powdery and ambery cacao vibe. I think this one will appeal to a majority of people out there. That said, I do also think that if you are a fragrance connoisseur who has experience with niche fragrances and houses etc. then you may be underwhelmed or even disappointed with this one.
I can think of a fragrance which does do a cacao-and-citrus theme much better than this one, and that is L'Instant de Guerlain pour Homme Eau Extreme in Eau de Toilette. That one is meant to have sandalwood in the base and this one may have guaiac wood, however I believe the Guerlain has the better quality ingredients, with a more "natural" feel to it. However if you are just starting out into fragrances, this would be a good one on your initial journey.
Overall, if you are looking for a light, fresh, and slightly synthetic gourmand, this would be an option. It's not bad, just not great compared to some other higher quality alternatives out there.