In the opening note I get an aroma of soil indeed - garden compost meets forest soil. Alas, then I get an awfully chemical blast, but the latter fortunately proves
to be transient.
For the rest of the time the soil impression prevails.
I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
A nice idea of an autumnal soil scent, but too synthetic at times and rather linear. Additionally, there is an underlying sweetish undertone that does not make it
any more attractive. Not bad overall though, and an everyday-derived fragrance typical of Demeter. 2.75/5