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I've owned a bottle of this for a couple of years, but have probably worn it fewer than a dozen times. There was always something about it that slightly irked me (and I'm not talking about the gaudy, rhinestone encrusted bottle).
Finally, it dawned on me this morning: Dihydromyrcenol.
The obviousness of this common ingredient cheapens the feel of the composition and makes it seem a bit, well, confused.
Which is a shame, because I do think it has something interesting to say.
If the line were relaunched, I personally would love to see this reworked (and repackaged!) with less of said aroma chem and even more animalics in the base.