It's okay. For a fragrance with such a bizarre pyramid, it is rather simple. It's on the industrial side a la O'Driù. An off-kilter citrus opening, a leathery/chemical mid, and a drydown that just adds a stale tobacco to the leftovers from the heart.
It's supposed to smell of metal polish and I have to say it kind of does. Novel idea I guess, but I would never wear this. It's one of those instances where they seemed to try too hard to be unusual...feels contrived.
Have you seen a photo of a Blobfish? For whatever reason (for me, of course) this is the olfactory equivalent of being stared at by a Blobfish. It's not something I'm especially attracted to, but it's mildly and strangely interesting, and not something you often experience. At the end of the day, though, Blobfish still aren't pretty.
Another, light, breezy EDT. Perhaps because natural oils are used any citric and alcohol quickly become remnant.
What does remain is a somewhat Generic Vetiver and Tobacco Accord. The Leather is lightly applied and thankfully not Millenium Generic.
There does exist an overall Metal Polish accord.
Polish not the metal.
I can appreciate the fanciful idea, however it doesn't quite meet the mark, for me, artistically.
10th March, 2016 (last edited: 22nd June, 2016)