Notes: Jasmine, orange blossom, bitter orange, honey, vanilla
The Bottle: Nice shape, but a bit on the clunky side. Fading blue glass is pretty, but the black cut-out flowers produce a sort of cheap decoupage effect of which I am not a huge fan. The name leads me to believe that it is meant to project an air of mystery, and I suppose it half succeeds.
The Scent: Only about as mysterious and elusive as being beaten to death with a Jasmine-marinated baseball bat. I enjoy Jasmine mixed in among other notes, but its presence here is FAR too heavy handed for my tastes. The name lead me to expect something lighter and more curious. The honey dry down lingers in the room long after you depart, to the point that you may begin searching for a spill.