"Radiant" in the description read as strong to my nose. Tried it when my order arrived, never wore again. Without looking at the description, I'd have a hard time identifying the top note. Kind of clean, citrus, unisex-ish??? It would be great if Scentbird offered some sort of scent sample. Descriptions vary greatly. Many scents are NOT commonly found in my local department store or Sephora wall which means Scentbird is opening up great swaths of perfume opportunity for me. But in reality, I'm guessing every month and getting frustrated despite suggested scents. Nothing horrible but nothing I'd wear more than once or twice. Considering it takes a month for my subscription to arrive, this is very nearly pointless if you are not already familiar with a particular scent. And then, wouldn't you just give in to the immediate gratification to buy and wear right then and there? Thought Scentbird was a good idea. For me, the logistics aren't feeling like it's worth it. Ah, well. Hoping others have better discovery experiences.