Cedar in a sporty wayThis is a sports flanker that was released in the same year as its original namesake. The top note starts off with an overly synthetic impression that settles down, and I mainly get jasmine and marigold, without the citrus freshness that is the hallmark of the original Escada Country Weekend EdT. In the drydown wood come to the fore, and after a while cedar wood dominates. This is a nice cedar, lighter with a bright touch, quite convincing in a sports flanker. In the last couple of hours a nutmeg notes is added, giving it a bit more depth. Although lacking the citrus, it develops nicely over time. Initial silage and projection are all right, and longevity is over five hours - very good for a sports scent.