The Buxton scents in this line are excellently composed, very refined and distinguished IMHO.
mb02 is a smooth and slightly earthy fragrance. The top notes are violets, bergamot and basil; the heart has carnation, iris and labdanum, and the base is an arrangement of sandalwood, musk and balsamic accords. After the dark-green, soft floral top notes, the iris gets more and more pronounced and takes the leading role. The balsamic notes in the base add a certain creaminess. It's a somehow reserved fragrance, but unique and charismatic. No big sillage here, but it stays on my skin for hours.
mb03 is a fascinating take on incense. Notes: camomile, pepper, styrax, amber, incense, musk and woody notes. It starts with a churchy, dry and slightly harsh incense (similar to the bitter incense in Avignon or Heeley cardinal), but the initial coldness soon is softened by the sweet and resinous basenotes. The drydown is simply fantastic. Like mb02, it's a calm and sophisticated fragrance with excellent longevity yet modest sillage.
pc02by Patricia Choux is much more effervescent than the Buxton scents: a somewhat hilarious, sweet oriental in the tradition of Dzing with notes of honey, patchouli, tonka and musk. Theres also a woody sawdust note in there. Very bold yet easy to wear.
gs02 by Geza Schoen is an absinth-focused scent with additional notes of angelica, leather, castoreum and an amber-vanilla base. In the first stages of its development it's fresh, green anda bit boozy, later it gets darker and drier before it gains some sweetness during the drydown. Very nice, but not as exceptional as the two mb fragrances.