Can’t Wait Demeter opens with a refreshing fruity accord – clean and a bit ozonic and smelling suspiciously like pumpkin. Mostly what I get is a fruity / semi-vegetal neutrality, an aroma that seems more background than front and center. There’s a little bit of anonymous mild spice, and the whole tenor is one of semi-sweet fresh, cleanliness. It’s interesting to use these scents that are not based in alcohol or oil: they come across as cleaner… possibly even a bit absent of substance because I am so used to that alcohol or oil aura that is more common in the more typical fragrances. Anyway, Can’t Wait Demeter is an amiable light fruity / clean fragrance that has a moderate sillage and rather limited longevity.