Odysseusm is spot on here about the character of the mint present in Green. Also, this might be the single softest perceptible cedar I have encountered. It is the scent version of a ghost note in music. Green is not particularly edible smelling but it does make me crave a good Thai fresh roll because the interplay of mint and basil is just deliciously seamless. But for all the vibrant, verdant freshness going on in this scent there still exists, humming in the far background, a thin trace of the graphite earthiness of Wonderwood and a few other CdG scents. They like to stamp their goods and I can appreciate that. Don't expect a great deal of longevity out of Green, just expect to feel a bit happier while you are wearing it.
This is a nice, herbal-mint scent.
The mint is like mint leaves rather than toothpaste. The lime adds a pleasant, green-citrus note. Mint and basil complement each other here -- the basil adds to the minty aspect and adds a anise, herbal tone. A dry, dusky note from the mastic is apparent, and makes this scent somewhat similar to its CdG sibling, Airborne.
Pleasant, not sweet or heavy, wears well. Bit of vetiver and ambrette in the dry-down.
got a sample vial of this...poured the entire contents over both of my arms which i guess would equal about 10 sprays...a nice spearmint fresh green smell but it barely lasts 3 hours until its completely gone(no skin scent left either)..if this fragrance lasted it would be amazing
Just like its name implies, this is Green and a good natured playful fragrance. There is nothing too complicated here - its just green, light, cleansing, puts a smile on the face. So often when I want to smell of green essence I grab bottles that smell green and alive but need to go overboard with figs, flowers, pine, or turpentine - not Green Play. It is light and chock full of the best green notes you might devise: mint, basil, juniper, vetiver, cedar and lime. This is my new favorite light green refreshing scent.