Basenotes review by RickBr
Simplicity in shades of green
This is a fragrance that i would not try only based on its name. And i’m lucky that due Dominique’s generosity i have now a mini of this delicious green fragrance to try. It’s true to its name and while it might sound simple it wonders me of the slightly modulations and details that i get during the time it last on my skin. There is a quicky opening that smell minty and seems to me like geranium, which is succeed by a dry, green and leafy smell which is very suitable of green tea. The combination makes me think of tea leaves and mint boiling on hot water. After that i notice something dry, woody, pine like, with incense undertones, and i suspect, without knowing exactly what it’s, that it’s fir balsam maybe. Then, finally, the fragrance ends on relaxed mood, of a soft woody aroma, maybe vetiver and something grassy and citrusy like neroli? It surprises me that while being soft it last on skin and it’s comfortable even being a dry leafy fragrance. It makes a good masculine fragrance.