A barely-there grass and florals scent that reminds me a touch of Eau de Polder. There’s very little to it and, given that it goes on oily, it feels as though you’re wearing something much heavier than the scent itself reflects.
Heart-wrenchingly delicate, I could see this working if you were to marinate both your skin and clothes in it, but otherwise it just doesn’t function that well. It’s beyond sheer and does the “fresh spring breeze” thing with aplomb—mainly through an earthy lily and a touch of hay over musk. Although I don’t detect the promised mint, the overall feel is crisp, so perhaps the mint is more subliminal.
While I enjoy minimal scents—even invisible florals such as this—Daybreak Violin is just a few notches too close to imperceptible. It's lovely, but a dryer sheet could probably overwhelm this one.