I came across this perfume in a small out of the way chemist in Brisbane, NOA in our language (NZ Maori) means "to be at peace". Then I sprayed my wrists and it was love at first whiff and it brought all of my memories of my home to me. I have been using for 15 years alas it is getting difficult to find a supplier. If I could afford to I would buy your remaing stock.
The moment I opened the bottle of Noa I was intoxicated by the scent. It is subtle and light, but lingering; fruity, but flowery. I think anyone could wear it any time of day.
Many years ago I wore Cacharel's Anais Anais, which is much more intense and flowery and sweet, OK when I was in my twenties. This is much more me now.