From the beginning there is incense, wood and a slightly balsamic hint. Maybe this is alluding to the violin-making art and craft. The incense is soft, rounded, has
a very mild resin characteristic at times, is more contained that intrusive and, on my skin, is never a burning or smoking incense; nor is it a haughty ceremonial frankincense.
The woods include mahogany, whiffs of pine and, further in the drydown, a nice cedar impression that increasingly grows in structure in the base notes.
The silage is moderate, the projection very good and the longevity nine hours.
A lovely wintery wood-incense-based creation composed of high-quality ingredients that performs well. It is one of the rare incense-centred scents that is quite
wearable in the office without exposing others to intrusive incense notes. 3.25/5.