This year there are abundant multiple clusters of blossoms. Each cluster, called a cyme, is the size of an infant's fist and is comprised of multiple small five-petal blossoms. Each bud is deep pink and blossoms out to a velvety white.
The fragrance is an erotic perfume of that wafts through the air, to strike my senses at odd and unexpected moments. The aroma is intoxicating, caresses, and lingers upon the body. Up close the fragrance is as strong and elusive but loses its lingering subtlety. Near or afar the effect is momentary intoxication.
From a description of the shrub and blossom I've learned my viburnum is a judd viburnum, viburnum x juddii. It says,