Slightly skanky, slightly spicy Hindi Oud is nicely juxtaposed with the pretty, herbal, fleeting, blue, pink and white lotuses. I really do think that this has a lot of naturals in here, without being biased by it's 8k price tag for a 100ML. I say that because it doesn't move as well as a perfume would if it was constructed with certain synthetics. It sits closely to the skin, only revealing its charm to those who get to be intimate with you. I really enjoy the Oud accord in this. Perhaps the pleasantness of the lotus tames the wildness of the oud. Although Oud here lasts on the skin much after the lotuses fade away. Trifecta Lotus Oud is interesting to me, I might wear something like this on an odd day. I do expect better projection for the price I'd be paying, but overall a good start and a satisfactory experience from an Indian niche house. Would recommend sampling from Perfumery.