I think it's magnificent. Citrus, a bright thyme, rosemary, pine, gorse (!) and sandalwood, and even pepper is listed, which usually might be cause for alarm but mercifully not so here. But it's the fine print on the bottom of the cannister that made me smile - Evernia Prunastri. Doubtless adhering politely to regulations but there, nonetheless. Maybe it's my imagination but I think I can 'feel' oakmoss in a composition and in Granville there is that sense of nature, the outdoors, breathing life into things, that I love. The sandalwood? I doubt if we'll ever know but perhaps it's the real thing, I would like to think so but, either way this is a perfect journey for me, from start to finish. I, too, find it's the breezy citrus and herbal aspect that really grabs me, I don't sense pine with a capital 'p' being a lead player, more of a backdrop, part of the landscape. Beautiful.