Top Notes - Rectified French Verbena, Florida White Grapefruit
Heart Notes - French Lavender, Bulgarian Stara Planina Lavender, Oregon Buena Vista Lavender, French Lavender Mailette, French Lavender Absolute, Egyptian Geranium
Base Notes - Brazilian Rosewood, Haitian Vetiver, Dark Aged Indonesian Patchouli
To my nose this mostly smells like lemon-leaning grapefruit and lavender. The tone is mid-range with some heft to the citrus, not airy at all. There is a touch of 'sting' to the tart citrus that I think the Geranium is responsible for. This is very natural smelling and has some dirt on it. It leans towards masculine. This is the lumberjack's version of Eau Sauvage if there was such a concoction. Unfortunately, this was a production from a very limited run back in 2017. It's not currently sold. I use this only once a year to preserve it.