Made in Heaven begins passionately with a cacophonous bouquet of dark floral notes, namely: tuberose, jasmine, and orange flower. These notes ignite an indolic storm that surprisingly lands in scented tranquility. Indolic notes are sometimes referred to as animalic or carnal in perfumery because of their over-ripe or dirty quality. This dirty quality is viewed as a good thing as it adds complexity and substance to a composition. What is perplexing about Made in Heaven though is all these indolic notes seem to have the opposite effect, instead of producing a dark brooding perfume, it has a lovely cloud-like aura that stays elevated. Juicy Italian Mandarin, and the drying properties of Orris seem to combat the floral heavyweights. A delicately sweet cereal accord mixes with vanilla to bring us closer to the billowing dry down that plays like a scented lullaby. Made in Heaven is a fragrance whose point of view is experimental, carnal and innocent.