Notes: Calone, Bergamot, Rosemary, Cardamom, Musk, Nutmeg, Plumeria, Cedarwood, Amber.
Pros: Sweet and aromatic, yet with a warm musky drydown. Easy to wear and good for any season. Interesting plumeria floral note brightens the composition while the amber accentuates the musk in the base. Strangely enough reminds me of Mugler's Alien.
Cons: Not terribly original, giving an "I've smelled this before" impression. Would have liked something a little closer to the original women's Sun. Moreover, I would have named this "Autumn" as it conjures images of crisp October days rather than a day at the beach.
Bottleworthy: Definitely, especially as a gift for someone you love and whom you'd love to smell good.
Where can I buy it? 75ml edt spray $29.95 at Parfum1.com
The Bottom Line: I like this scent. It reminds me of a number of other scents (specifically Diesel Green for Men) but somehow I keep coming back to this. While I wouldn't reach for it in the summer (the nutmeg and amber make it a bit too sweet for humidity in my opinion), I find it great for cooler weather . At the low, low discount price, it's worth adding to the collection and I'd definitely recommend this to my female friends. Not the most groundbreaking scent, but a pleasure to wear with great longevity and sillage.
Rating (out of 10): 7.5
I think the name SUN is a major misnomer. Any other scents that you think are majorly mis-marketed?