A sweet, powdery, woody scent that opens with a good amount of nutmeg and finishes with a decent amber base. There's nothing too exciting or out of the ordinary here, but the quality is good. However, the powdery/sweet aspect of it is too much for me and gives me a headache after a while. I could imagine it cloying if over-applied. Overall, this is a decent fragrance that I can see working best during the colder months.
Just got meself a good deal for a 25ml edt +deostick.Well...all i get here is vetiver,himalayan cedar,oak moss and tonka(by now i have trained my nose with these natural ingredients well enough so no doubt about it,in any case about vetiver and cedar).Or at least that's where it all goes to in it's drydown.Quite dry,a bit sweet and without all that unnecessary citrusy mess at the start.A bit on the female side.I didn't happen to smell anything like this before and that's quite intriging even to myself. This would suit well some younger public.
This is a quite nice quiet woody scent that hasn’t got much of attention. Well made, very smooth and polished. Smells natural and delicate.
Nothing stands out particularly; it is very rounded with warm and quite sweet feel to it. A distant medicinal tinge.
If smooth subtle woods with soft and sweet ambery base does ring your bell, the probably you should give it a try. It’s not that different or exciting, but at least it’s a quality juice blending wise and it’s also very rare among people. And, it has a good-looking bottle too.