This fragrance’s opening accord is warm, sweet and flowery. If I smell closer to distinguish the various notes, I smell a note similar to curry and ginseng. The latter gives the fragrance a particular edge that benefits it very much. Once the initial blast has worn off, the fragrance remains linear: warm, slightly sweet with a spicy base. The image it conjures is a desert flower, a fragrant, dark pink thistle blooming amidst sand dunes. All components smell natural and high-quality; there is an abyssal difference to some of the ELdO fragrances I tested before. However, once again, I am not completely satisfied by the fragrance. I feel it is not a complete fragrance, but rather a perfume base. I am sure it would be a perfect base for layering.