Bottle: I get a really buttery scent, chocolate and orange/mint, the spice is there too, but I'm not quite...oh, there's the coconut. It's very rich. It's very foody but edged with the orange and mint.
Wet: Chocolate-coconut with a little mint...like one of those chocolate coated candies. Maybe a little figgy, not a lot.
As it dries it's uncannily reminds me of a pile of those chocolates...
What are those chocolates? Open a box of chocolates (Sees, those Westmark ones, almost any assortment) and you'll have some filled with coconut, some mint chocolate, a chocolate orange divided into fake sections or chocolate orange buttercreams...it's a bit like a pile of those on a very fancy plate -- the spices render it more upscale and hiding behind it is the fig perhaps...something a little darker. Maybe they're being served on a crystal fig leaf plate. You get the picture.
Dry: The spice comes out more. The fig as well. Less chocolate, less buttercream...maybe it's the delicious smell of the empty box 'cause my skin has eaten it all. Not really. It feels simultaneously light and heavy. Light spice, some soft coconut, an edge of orange and mint and chocolate.
It's lovely, soft and sweet. Puzzling. I have ambivalent memories of those chocolates (preferred the nuts), so the fact that I keep sniffing my wrist surprises me. I really liked the immediacy of Treat #1 at willcall, which is very fresh and in your face in the bottle, so I kind of skipped over the butteriness of this, but on wearing it's...it's complicated. Definitely for the descriminating palate, feels oddly high end.