The listed notes here are promising, especially the florals I love (especially heliotrope). High quality vanilla is usually pleasant enough. Yet here is Blossom Love, busy as a lost bee. Harmonious, but it's a harmony of smells that I want to escape.
Blossom Love opens like a generic floral laundry detergent. Mix that with dollar store vanilla hand soap,and add a pinch of pouporri.
Then it develops into a very aggressive head shop amber with the sweet cheap floral mixture, ever present.
I am surprised, because Amouage is super expensive and supposedly uses high quality ingredients, but this smells cheaper than anything I have sampled for awhile. Their perfumes that I have sampled are always strong, and I don't tend to like strong. Yet, a few appeal to me: Lyric Woman, which is a rich earthy Oriental rose, and Memoir Man, which is a beautiful woody greenish tabacco-tinged cologne, love it. I remember finding Reflection Woman pleasant, even if not a love. I should sample that one again.