The citrus comes out like a candy and very fresh with a delicious vegetation note that comes from the Neroli that melds with it. This is by far the citrusiest top note I’ve experienced so far. It stays with the Neroli for the length of it until the Ambergris comes in to warm it up a little. Typical of Creeds the sillage is decent for awhile and the longevity is about average for a Creed. This is probably the best citrus fragrance from Creed because it has better sillage and longevity than Bois de Cedrat which would be my favorite if it wasn’t for it’s disappointing faintness. This would be best for spring and summer.