This scent is a simple citrus floral. It is a good comparison with Acqua di Parma Colonia. Just dial down the excess powder and remove the roses and you’re getting closer. It has a charming old-world quality coming from the realistic florals. It’s smells like orange blossom but it isn’t overpowering and very refreshing. The longevity is similar to Caldey Island Lavender and it could be worn by both men and women (though it comes with a ribbon). I personally would prefer this to Acqua di Parma Colonia but I could see some people who want a huge bombastic scent being disappointed. To me it’s the right balance and a fragrance like this could easily be mixed with other favorites to come up with a unique scent. The drydown is similar to Acqua di Parma but again more subdued. I don’t detect any wood so the “woodland magic” in the description is just purple prose. It could be worn successfully in the spring and summer. The atomizer works fine and the packaging is spare but this is coming from an Abbey so that is to be expected.