As soon as you walk into the room, you are hit by the scent of orange blossoms. That is not bad; please understand my review sentiment by assuming I am saying it is overwhelming. Black Opium instead provides the user with an immediately rich, vibrant experience via the fruity notes it offers. When you first spritz, you are on your way. You've woken up. After the initial burst of orange blossom, Black Opium settles into a more humble, minimalistic space that relies on a foundation of jasmine and coffee notes. But, naturally, you'll find a little bit of vanilla in the mix. The people around you will know that you are wearing Black Opium when you wear it. The power of this perfume is unrivaled by any other scent. Despite this, it's not exactly an inconspicuous experience, and from what I can gather, women who wear this are not looking to operate in a passive zone. Black Opium's notes are just as inspiring as they are enticing. In a relationship, this scent does flirt, but it does so in a way that pursues the dominant position in the relationship. Women who are in charge wear Black Opium.