Notes: bergamot, sage, geranium, patchouli, moss, incense, pine.
Revised review, downward.
Coneheads note -- this has very little pine that I can detect.
Opening is a very brash, plummy, fruity bergamot. Not unpleasant but dominant. Agree with foetidus that the bergamot is probably overdone.
Sage (minor) and geranium (moderate) emerge.
But the next element to hunker down is patchouli. Bleh. Earthy-metallic and tangy. Can't stand the stuff.
When patch-o burns off, we are left with an acceptable salty-moss note.
But where is the pine?
And why the dippy name? :P Please.
08th May, 2012 (last edited: 25th May, 2015)