For me this one is an odd mix. As a fig fragrance it doesn't really work, especially compared to a masterpiece like Philosykos, which l own & love. Philosykos has the wonderful coolness of the leaves mixed with milky, sweet fruit which is so perfectly refreshing in summer. This one tries to pair fig with a vegetal note which l find jarring, & then morphs into something that for me is too ambery to be worn in the heat.
l've tried a few fragrances from this line, & the only one l bought was Royal Egyptian Amber & Honeysuckle, a satisfying floriental that draws compliments when worn at work. So far l am not tempted by any of the others.
l look forward to reading more of your impressions here this month, folks! :smiley: