I usually prefer oriental and woodsy perfumes, but I bought this product in Coconut Fig Leaf on a whim after browsing the less expensive scents. The packaging is lovely and the bottle is small but with a good weight and it seems quite sturdy. The top note is a fresh fig that is a bit juicy, but not at all cloying or overly-sweet. It almost smells like slightly under-ripe fig, but not in a sour way - just very fresh and green. There might be some clover adding to the green note, but it's largely overwhelmed by the fig. The coconut is there in the top note, but it isn't sunscreeny or too sweet; it adds a subtle warmth and depth that balances with the fig well. The top notes faded fairly quickly on me - they were gone in about 15 minutes - and dried down to a nice middle and base note combination of sandalwood and musk, with just a tiny hint of something powdery - perhaps violet? As someone who typically avoids gourmand scents and bought this one without smelling it first, I was pretty pleased with it. The notes are well balanced and it smells good. I gave it a 3/5 because it didn't last very long (had to reapply after 3/4 hours) and I didn't smell any cedar in the base notes (which is listed in the product description).