The first impression is bright and fresh with bergamot, green notes, fruity notes and tarragon. The middle notes of rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, carnation and honey form the heart of the perfume, adding an exotic floral bouquet. The base notes are patchouli, sandalwood, moss, ambergris, musk, vanilla and benzoin, which provide an overall woody feel and differentiate this from other purely floral scents. This perfume manages to perfectly blend, spicy with sweet, floral and woody, relying on the fruity and citrusy top notes to brighten it up. Prada began creating high-end fashion in 1913 and is still the leading name in haute couture. Prada eau de parfum was the fashion house’s first fragrance to hit the mass market in 2004. Since then, the company has released over 60 scents for both men and women. The bottle evokes the earthy feel of the fragrance with a short cylindrical shape and deep amber color, making it look almost like a honey pot. This is further emphasized by the stopper in the shape of a round flat lid. The label is simple black text, allowing the rich shade of the liquid inside to be the star of the show.