When I first smelt it my reaction was geezus this is strange .... 30 seconds later I was back - I think I was hooked on its oddness.
The description is apt and gives a hint of the thought behind the juice. The fir & suede (?) standout a good bit when I first jumped on but becomes even stranger when the thorns (yep, you can believe that - to me it smells just like thorns or thistle in the fall when the prickly little buggers begin to dry out ) then some honey & what may be the truest red raspberry note to exist joins in. It goes 'strange' again then smooths out into a dry, almost musky forest tone.
If you've ever spent any time in Oregon in late fall or very early winter - the weather can become dank - overcast - heavy - a little depressing, but the sun will peek through from time to time & show you some raw gorgeous. That may be the best analogy I can come up with for this one, without a heavy emphasis on the depressing part.
For now, Sana & Vikt seem to be the guy's best work in my opinion. The rest are just so-so.