Roja Dove’s Enigma is a scent of opulence. It is also my first Roja fragrance, so I am excited to write a review - excited, indeed, because the perfume is really good. Upon application, my nose was greeted by the smell of dried fruits dipped in cognac. The beginning is quite dense and is soon followed by tobacco. The appearance of the tobacco is prominent, but it is there just to say hi, after which it withdraws to the fruits and cognac. I don’t really like tobacco as a note in perfumes, but here it is done very well and is not intrusive. My nose also detected a slight wave of cardamom, which adds a new dimension to the already present notes. The perfume is by no means overly sweet, but very moderate in proportions, which really made me enjoy it a lot. The longer the perfume stays on the skin the more I start to feel the presence of vanilla. It is mellow and almost creamy, like a caress. I cannot really tell any other prominent notes, but eventually everything becomes unity and does not change anymore, with the vanilla providing a soft finale. Now, my verdict. Enigma is not an original or ground-breaking fragrance by any means, but the way it develops on the skin and the quality of the ingredients make it very appealing to me. Some compare it to Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille and although the two perfumes share a common ground in terms of notes (tobacco and vanilla), the way Roja Dove made his fragrance is way superior and takes the experience to new heights of enjoyment.