Black Walnut was released in 2006 and created by Harry Fremont. I only find 3 listed notes and while linear can sometimes be a terrific thing, a fragrance can only achieve that if the ingredients utilized are of very high quality and possess a superior balance.
This is not to be with Black Walnut. This is an econo-frag for sure and contemporary due to the synthetic aura this scent gives off. The listed accords are Cognac, Tobacco and Virginia Cedar. Theoretically, this could have been a very good and simplistic rendition of these notes, but the quality is lacking and its lack of sillage & longevity are disappointing.
Black Walnut isn't unpleasant. It's simply uninspiring and lethargic. The cedar is dominant on me from the onset, but I know of much better cedar masculines are out there to be worn. I'll pass on this one.