This is much sweeter than I thought it would be. With the images of an ivy-covered arbor, I was expecting something more green. I disagree with the previous reviewer about the mint, but otherwise I'm on board with his assessment. This is a floral but almost smells synthetic to me, like a laundry detergent, or air freshener.
Not for me.
Fragrance elements: grape leaves, weathered wood, green moss, cool earth.
Under the Arbor Ė a lovely name, memory, concept. Iíd love to sit in a pergola or arbor on a hot summer day and smell the above wonderful things. However, Iím underwhelmed by this scent. It is slightly green (sappy, vinous) and has a somewhat innocent mood. Fairly sweet and floral; young flowers Iíd say. There is a fresh and cool note, mint-like. But the latter becomes another example of the irritating fresh notes in many of todayís scents. Whatever the grape leaves are supposed to be, to me they smell like grape Kool-Aid powder, or a tin of grape soda-pop with a mint lifesaver dissolved in it. Moss? Pretty subdued. Wood? Canít find any.