Tropical Wood burns with a fiery passion. Bergamot kicks this fruity scent off to a scintillating start, a tart citric flourish that ensures ensuing passion fruit and pineapple are complex, and not simply saccharine. As passion fruit pops a tangy chord and pineapple oozes its golden nectar, Malaysian oud is surrounded and eventually submerged by these acidic sweets. Macerating in this fruity brew brings out oud’s playful side, so that it’s funky profile is as dynamic (and as far from heavy-handed intensity) as possible. Bulgarian rose is a restrained beauty that imparts a momentary, cool sense of relief. Yet just as rose smooths, violet revs things up again, it’s synthy, piquant-sharp edges dragging across skin like the sensuous brush of fingertips over with stubble. In this high voltage, energetic atmosphere, leather is composed, suave and refreshingly savory. White musk reinforces the oh-so-subtly animalism of leather, it’s nebulous, downy contours containing and retaining the heat of Tropical Wood. Madagascan vanilla smoothes out any remaining kinks, preserving the delectable quality of this scent. An intriguing, tantalizing journey into a forest, the likes of which you’ve never known before.