This unique and complex perfume for women is a floral aldehyde. It was released in 1991 and still has the ability to throw its weight around and compete seriously with more modern fragrances. Elizabeth Taylor fragrances are made with maturity and worldliness in mind, but it is indeed versatile enough to be worn at most any age. Its scent tree is anything but simple and begs to be explored piece by piece, note by note. The top notes are aldehydes, lily, neroli, orange and bergamot. Middle notes are tuberose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, narcissus, carnation, orris root, rose and cinnamon. Anchoring this heavy mix are base notes the likes of amber, musk, sandalwood, oakmoss and patchouli. It it impressive from the moment you put it on to the time it slowly fades away.