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To me, this smells overwhelmingly and weirdly of burnt amber, accompanied by orange blossom, jasmine and ambroxan. Anyone familiar with the various "amber perfumes" will realize that this is a "modern" take on the subject. Middle East accords meet Mediterranean essences, both of them having eloped from a huge chemical lab where they were flung together with ambroxan, musk and vanilla in an attempt to create just another "sensuous" scent to fill a very desirable perfume bottle. Clear case of form thriumphing over content. An average scent in a beautiful bottle.