Wanted to like it, and the drydown is pleasant, but there is nothing exceptional here. On the plus side, it's reminiscent of Cathy Carden's "Space" and also Perry Ellis' 360, so the eventual scent is OK, if not great. It just has a cheap, slightly cheesy quality, redeemed by a couple of good notes. Perfect for any NASCAR function.
(a W.C. Fields type trying to attract customers to the ramshackle fairground attraction he is standing in front of)
Yessir, Ladies and Gentlemen, don't miss out on P.T. Coty's sensational Rocky Mountain mechanical diorama. Not like anything you ever want to see, um have ever seen, yeeeees, I can hardly believe it myself and I have to watch it every day. See the great bald eagle spread its wings over presently unsoiled canyons, life size and wing flapping, smell the invigorating Aspen pines, so real you won't believe it, I sincerely promise you won't, and all of this authenticacious near natural Western mountain glory is yours for only 25 cents a sniff here. That won't buy you a ticket to Hoboken, Ladies and Gentlemen. (to himself): Hm, come to think of it, maybe a Hoboken diorama would work better.
The smell of mountain breeze over a pine forest, cool and soothing. The price is right on this one. Moreover, the longevity is unquestionable.