Assuming a major scale that has a raised 2nd degree and no other alterations: 1 ♯2 3 4 5 6 7 (8) (for example, in C it will be C D♯ E F G A B (C)).
This is a bit unusual due to 2 consecutive semitones between 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Also, the ♯2 here sounds much like ♭3, which is a bit "jazzy" (for example, the 7th chord built on 2nd will be (in C) D♯-F-A-C, which is an enharmonic of F7 chord inversion (E♭-F-A-C)).
I've searched the name of this scale in many sources (just because I find it sounding good), but found nothing. Does it have a specific name?