In 1999 Clive Christian acquired the Crown Perfumery, a celebrated British perfume house established in 1872. The house acquired its name after being granted the use of the royal crown by Queen Victoria as a mark of quality and excellence. (from Neiman Marcus online)
This is a fresh and clean scent, and I can't imagine it ever being overpowering. At first sniff, there is bergamot, lime, with a little touch of pineapple. A few minutes later the flowers enter - Rose de Mai Absolute (rosa damascena, one of the world's most expensive oils), and jasmine. The drydown has a couple of woody notes - sandalwood and cedar, along with a little musk, but I still think the florals and the bergamot/lime are dominant.
All in all a very nice and pleasant fragrance - but I wouldn't purchase a full bottle, because it's not "personal" enough for me. It's not unique, and it's actually rather similar to cKone - in the beginning, anyway. cK one minus a little citrus, adding a couple of flowers. It smells more of a fresh body wash than a luxurious fragrance, IMO.