It says black currants and florals. The florals are subtle. To me, it smells like what I would imagine blackberry cotton candy would smell like, with a subtle floral that makes it a little more sophisticated. Love it. I've had Falling in Love from Philosophy, too, and I liked it at first but got sick of the florals in it. They were too strong.
I also am not real big on florals. It sounds like we have the same taste (weird to use this word for perfume... hee) in perfume. I will definitely check it out the next time I am in the sniper section of a dept. store.
Marc Jacobs Daisy is a new favorite. It smells like heaven. But two standbys that I have loved for years are Gucci Envy Me and (don't judge me...) the original Paris Hilton perfume. Also, Clinique happy to be smells sosososo good on other people, but awful on me. I wish I could wear it.
"I don't really know, but I suspect the addition of nuts." - Squid
I love Sephora but honestly, half the crap they have I can get for half the price on QVC. In fact I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy the perfume from there, just waiting for the next Philosophy show to happen so I can get an extra good deal.
Philosophy's Pure Grace is a summer must have. They tote it as a "Soap & Water" clean smell. Love it. David Yurmans scents have been a fave for awhile. I have yet to smell his new summer one, but can't wait to try. A little pricey though, but not anywhere over the top. I wore Boucheron for years until I couldn't smell it anymore, tried all their others, the original is the best.
I am totally going to remember everyone's suggestions for the next time I am somewhere I can check them out. Sephora is very spendy but I just love the store. The one in Paris on the Champs-Élysées is a must see! I know I have a few pictures somewhere. I will look for them.
Blech on Happy as well. I don't think it smells good on anyone.