In 2009 Rodrigo Flores-Roux of Givaudan again collaberated with John Varvatos for their third fragrance. This time they represented the scents of spring by infusing citrus herbs in this flacon that strongly represents it predecessor.
The fragrance opens with Sicilian clementine, tangelo fruit, Mexican tangerine, aromatic thyme, Spanish marjoram and Greek lavender. A heart adds North African orange blossom, Indian plant Murraya, combination of jasmine and orange, an ingredient used in creation of the first fragrance. There are three sorts of ginger: Nigerian, Chinese and "purple ginger" developed in Givaudan laboratory. A base encompasses Kephalis wood and Geaorgewood, along with amber-like Belleambre and musky Serenolide.