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Popular covers. This one is pretty golden amber blend with a touch of herbiness and earthy rootiness. Good throw and wear length.
In the decant : Minty forest. I'm guessing it's the oakmoss and lemon rind. Wet : Purple fruit, slightly sweet. Vetiver, patchouli, and amber gives it an earthy base with a bit of spice. In the imp: Very foresty, oakmoss-heavy and vaguely fruity but specifically NOT lemony? It's quite odd.
I get the impression this will be too masculine for me somehow, even though I wear oakmoss all the time. Wet: Oakmoss and lemon rind primarily. The vetiver and patchouli weave in and out. The amber takes a minute to show up, and serves mostly to keep things from getting too bright green. Dry: The amber has bloomed and is making friends with the lemon in a gorgeous way, taking turns with the greenness from the wet stage The two halves never really combine, unfortunately, and one hand smells much more lemony while the other much more green.
It is at least not nearly as masculine as my first impression.