Very interesting, SMM!
Two things surprised me about this. First, in my wardrobe I have many more options for cold weather than warm weather (then again, it rarely gets very cold in the winter where I live, but it gets incredibly hot in the summer). At any rate, I always feel my fragrance choices contract during warm weather.
Second, while I love vetiver in summer, I'm surprised that Encre Noire is a summer scent among basenoters. To me, EN is a cold-weather vetiver. I'd think it would be completely overwhelming in summer. Then again, maybe I should give it a try when the weather gets hot!
Thanks as always for this series!