Olfactory family: fresh.
Top notes: fresh notes, oxygen chords and bergamot oil.
Middle notes: geranium oil and wild petals, star anise, light spices and ozone notes.
Base notes: green moss, pine needles, sandalwood, cedar wood and vetiver.
The fragrances are divided into olfactory groups consisting of top, middle and bottom fragrance notes.
The top notes of a fragrance are recognised immediately upon application of the perfume. These are sweet or fruity scents that dissipate quickly. The middle notes are those in which the character of the fragrance is hidden. They are considered to be the heart of a fragrance. These are floral, woody, spicy and fruity scents. The base notes are the deepest scents and provide the lasting impression. These are the scents of vanilla, sandalwood and wood and are the last to appear.