I'm reviewing a sample of Armani Mania for Women (2004 release) that I've been testing over the past couple of days. Here are the notes listed on Osmoz: Top notes: Moroccan bay leaf, Green Mandarin Orange, Black Currant, Pink Pepper; Heart notes: Magnolia, Peony, Lily-of-the-Valley, Provençal Iris; Base notes: White Sandalwood, Virginia Cedar, Amber, Vanilla, Musk. It starts off clean and soapy-floral on my skin, then quckly turns to soft woods, with a vanilla/amber/musk base to add a cozy sweetness. The progression is rather quick, and I like to re-spritz periodically so I can enjoy the top and mid notes again. What I really like about Mania for Women is that the woods are subtle and restrained, not like you're standing in a lumber mill, and there is no patchouli. This is a warm, yet *clean*, fragrance. I enjoyed smelling it on myself when I woke up this morning - a sweet, clean, skin scent. It's long lasting, just rather soft on your skin when it dries down, so you may lost track of it over time. It's pefect for my casual suburban lifestyle, a very pleasant scent that stays in the background while I'm going about my daily errands, etc...yet it's pretty/sexy enough to wear to dinner or a night out. It's not mind blowing, shocking, or unique (and nothing manic about it either), just an all-occasion, very wearable fragrance. Which are the kind I reach for most often, and the full bottles I tend to use up. Of all the department store woodsy fragrances that were released in 2008, I think this one from 2004 is the nicest. :) Another winner from Armani for me, though I'm late to the bandwagon.