No. 4 (Jil Sander 1990) has a very warm, heady start. It’s a gorgeous oriental with particularly notable air anise and geranium that eventually mixes with nutmeg and myrrh to create spicy opulence. And, of course, being a late 80’s/early 90’s fragrance the florals are bold and beautiful. It’s perfect for a colder day as it sort of resembles mulled wine at times, but on a warmer day when the scent can fully bloom (especially the musk, patchouli and sandalwood), No. 4 is truly breathtaking and memorable.