Zenadora kicks off with fruit, a cocktail of cherry and peach juices laced with raspberry. Underneath this lurk darker elements, dominated by a sweet resinous note, but supported by a mix of forest floor greens. These basenotes are familiar from a lot of essential oil blends I've sampled, so Zenadora has the natural feel of an indie perfume (though it's definitely a perfume, not an oil).
To be honest, the fade from the fruity topnotes to the dark greens and resins of the base is a bit awkward. Some of the elements just don't mesh well. I actually quite enjoyed the fruity topnotes, which managed to be fun without feeling stupid. I was less interested by the base, and that rough transition knocked it down a point, so I'll vote neutral.