Originally Posted by kickinit
I Dont even know what would classify as a winter scent.
Winter scents usually fall into these categories
-Sweet, foody aka gourmand (ie chocolate, vanilla, caramel, etc)
-Woody (cedar and sandalwood are very common) I find that woody scents, unless very very heavy, can be worn all year.
Each of the categories above can be mixed in countless ways, but scents that feature those elements more than any others would usually be called winter frags around here.
Also, the mere presence of those types of notes in a frag do not automatically make it winter. Some of those elements can be blended with fresher notes and the resulting would still be considered fresh overall. Really, it comes down to the interpretation of the wearer. Many say Geir is suited to warmer weather, but I find it sweeter than...(drumrole)... "Pi"! :bounce: