We always look at anywhere from three to six sources for information used in the description of the fragrances that we offer. For this fragrance, according to official information, it features top notes of West Indian tamarind leaves, Mediterranean herbs and Medjool date fruit; middle notes of a touch of tobacco allied to an aromatic trio of coriander seeds, clary sage flower and Indian thyme (Ajowan), and base notes of Auramber, black leather, vanilla, balsams and Aquilaria wood (agarwood or oud) which is also known as eaglewood or Agilawood in Europe.
Also on John Varvatos's website it says that the fragrance includes notes of West Indian tamarind tree leaf, Medjool date fruit, Mediterranean herbs, eaglewood, black leather, auramber, sensuous balsams, and vanilla (leaving out only the middle notes of coriander seeds, sage leaves and Indian thyme).
These are the notes from both Sephora and Basenotes: Medjool date fruit, Mediterranean herbs, West Indian Tamarind tree leaves, coriander seed templar, clary sage flower, Indian Ajowan, Auramber, vanilla CO2, balsams, eaglewood, vanilla and black leather.
And finally, this is the listing of notes from Fragrantica: Top notes of Indian fig leaf, fig fruit, coriander, clary sage, leather, lime and plum; middle notes of cinnamon and pepper; and base notes of cedarwood and sandalwood. It is noted in the comments in a couple of places that there is something wrong with this description and someone writes that the notes on the bottle are tamarind tree leaves, sage flowers, Mediterranean herbs, auramber, vanilla and black leather essence. But since a lot of places use Fragrantica as their source for notes for fragrances, this description is all over the Internet. We just wanted everyone to be aware that we do show the official notes.