I lumped both the EDT and EDP in the same review since I find not much differences at all between the two. The EDP goes quickly into the heart accord while the EDT spreads its wings with its bright top. In 5 minutes, they are the same to me so I find it redundant to own both.
The heart and base of Heritage ( at least on me ) are there from the very beginning and begin to come into the light once the opening has subsided. Juniper berry, lavender, petitgrain and spices are very interesting bedfellows and are tuned by a maestro.
The woody base has resin and tilts slightly sweet from the amber. The musk is probably the best kept secret Heritage has to offer. It adds a dimension of sensuality to an otherwise genteel effort.
Heritage by Guerlain, in all its incarnations, is a very worthy masculine and I could think of no better fragrance to wear when donning a suit and tie at a formal affair. Naturally, it has a bit more versatility than that, but you get my drift. Big thumbs up from Aromi for Guerlain's Heritage.