Basically, a watery, pale green fougere beefed-up a bit by the addition of some spices (nutmeg and cinnamon) and tarragon. The opening, which is fresh, green and citric is the best bit. For the first hour there is just about enough greenery for this to pass muster as a fougere (which is how 'Mr Taylor' describes it). Then it becomes more of a generic Everyman's cologne spicy cedar. About 3 hours in, all that remains is a very light musky skin scent. Not abysmal but certainly below par.
Pros: Not unpleasant
Cons: Not very interesting"
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