Nanadebary launched their eponymous fragrance in 2001; it is now known as Classic Pink to distinguish it from the Nanadebary fragrances that followed: Bronze and Green. It was created by Santa Maria Novella, and has notes of nutmeg, coriander, sicilian tangerine, bergamot, lily, jasmine, sandalwood, cedar, musk, amber and bourbon vanilla.
Classic Pink starts with light citrus and heavy spices, and settles to a smooth, spicy blend of sandalwood and vanilla with a touch of amber. The nutmeg is quite pronounced. The floral notes are indistinct — I would not have guessed either lily or jasmine — and they are pretty much gone after 45 minutes on me. It is a sweet fragrance, but I don't find it overly foody.
It is a soft, cozy fragrance, and very nearly qualifies as a comfort scent; still, it is considerably more sheer than the notes would suggest. I like Nanadebary, but this is the third time I have tried it and I just don't love it. It is sexy in a girly kind of way that doesn't suit me personally. It is said to be one of Madonna's favorite perfumes, if that is any help.
It is an Eau de Toilette, and the lasting power is good. Nanadebary retails for $70 for 50 ml; $130 for 100 ml; for buying information, see the listing for Nanadebary under Perfume Houses.