Pretty much a play-doh-type impression, although there are differences: it is sweeter, and has more almond in it. At times, the earthy-clay undertone is quite evident, but at times it is more
in the background. Vanilla and fruity components arise in the second half.
I get moderate sillage, excellent projection and twelve hours of longevity on my skin.
This is in the vein of Demeter’s tendency to make fragrances resembling everyday olfactory experiences, a kind of idea of merging the special and the mundane that is not unlike the approaches
John Cage or Krzysztof Penderecki took in music. Fun as a concept, good in autumn and with excellent longevity, but too strong
in its synthetic character. 2.75/5.