Named after the Gaelic Festival of Samhain – a celebration of the end of the harvest season. Some think Samhain is manifested in the present day Halloween celebrations. Samhain, the fragrance, is quite unique – spice, dried or decaying fallen leaves (the autumn odors), maybe even a little bit of pumpkin – all of these are plying their drama on a stage of trick-or-treat corn candy sweetness. It’s hard to believe that Samhain results in something quite wearable, but it does – at least in the top and the middle. Good luck trying to find the base – it has no basenotes that I can find. Samhain doesn’t send off a lot of sillage and its longevity wouldn’t even get you to the costume party…unless it’s next door. Interesting, unique, and weird in a playful sort of way, it’s a fun juice that is in need of more potency. In spite of its simplistic characterization of the autumn aromas, if it lasted longer, the vote would be thumb’s up.