This is beautiful — warm, dry spicy woods that have given many people around me the impression that I am wearing a sandalwood perfume, though no sandalwood is listed in the notes. It is much less of an amber than the analysis on Fragrantica suggests (an analysis that persuaded me to purchase this in my ongoing search for my perfect amber fragrance!) —rather, there are “ambery facets” precisely as the reviewer below notes. which bloom at times and just slightly sweeten the dryness of the sandalwood impression. I most recently tested this before bed, and woke up with the sandalwoody scent on my pillow — lovely! It is fairly light and transparent for a scent built partly on resins, reminding me a little of Tam Dao in that respect and in its dry-woods effects, but has good lasting power on me.