This scent’s far more vegetal / prune than anything. It smells more like spiced raisins or something dehydrated than it does plummy or figgy. Sweet facets are met with dirty, earthy notes (tobacco, especially), and the end result is unsettling. It almost smells like an homage to castoreum in which a castoreum accord was created through the use of pungent florals and overripe fruits. The basic structure of Carpathian Oud seems to be kicking around in here, so if you enjoyed that scent’s pairing of orris and cheesy oud, this might be worth a sniff. It’s certainly evocative and strong (for a short while), but I can’t imagine too many people would be drawn to it beyond curiosity. Accomplished, but a tad putrid.