The restrained wood and the dominating sea salt hit me straight from the beginning. A marine opening due to a fresh ambrette-base crispness, as if and old wooden
boat is drying out in the beach. And added green herbal undertone - sage with whiffs of leaves - mixes with the aroma of sea weed.
Added freshness is provided by an overarching grapefruit impression with the occasional whiff of lemon, especially at the beginning.
I get moderate sillage, good projection and four hours of longevity on my skin.
A nice and summery marine scent that is crafted well. Unlike some other creations of this house that often designs its fragrances for layering, this one is nicely
wearable on its own.3/5