Thursday, November 19, 2009
The topnotes are spicy citrus with a sharp, green borderline wood note. The first few minutes ( to me) are a bit reminiscent of Leonard PH. The heart is floral dominant, yet the standout notes are vetiver, rose and a hint of patchouli. Ten minutes into the scent and you have leathery cedar and dark vetiver vying for your attention.
The base adds a mossy-anamalic dimension and the scent is classic powerhouse but never loses its rough edges. If you like classic scents that are bordeline raucous, this may just serve you well.