I've been wearing Flower Tag on and off since June when I first got it to try out, and I have to say, it feels more complex to me each time I put it on. According to Kenzo's press release, Flower Tag's notes are:
Fruity: rhubarb, blackcurrant, mandarin (mmm)
Floral: peony, lily of the valley (mmm), jasmine (mmmmm)
Sensual: tea note, vanilla (mmmmm), musk (mmm)
I guess you can see why I like it. It's got many of my favorite fragrance components in it!
Anyway. This reminds me somewhat of FBKLC, which is the first Kenzo fragrance I tried. FBKLC is still my more "comfortable" and "in my own skin" scent of the two, the one I might wear on an evening in, grilling burgers in the backyard with family, or to a casual lunch date with an old girlfriend. Flower Tag is the one I would wear with a sexy little black dress on a date night with my boyfriend. It's a little more elegant than FBKLC, but still playful, young, and flirty. I'm not well-versed in high class and couldn't tell you what the third fork or second knife in your fancy place setting is for, so I might normally feel out of place at a candlelit dinner in an upscale restaurant, but wearing Flower Tag might help me feel like I belong in one.
Kenzo graciously sent me a press sample of this fragrance to try out for my blog, but I assure you, my opinion here is true. I will wear this until it's gone... you should see how much I've used up of my FBKLC! :)