The opening blast with a floral notes with aldehydic touches, and an incense note, and the latter soon takes over. It is a frankincense with, especially initially,
a balsamic undertone that could be described as mildly medicinal at stages.
In the drydown a woodsy pine accent appears, but it is soon pushed into the background when the birch tar sets in, which has a distinct burning and smoky
characteristic on my skin. Gradually it is fading out over time, like a fire that moves further away in the distance.
The sillage is moderate, the projection brilliant and the lovebird and excellent nine hours.
A warm incense winter scent with a burning and smoky characteristic, made from high-quality ingredients and well blended. 3.25/5