In bottle: Bourbon and bay rum, very boozy and sweet,
Wet: cheerful. Not the pre-teen candy sweet, but the "these are candies for adults, not kids" sweet. I am detecting some floral background carnation? Lily of the Valley? The honey behaves itself in this stage not overtaking the other elements.
Dry: it dies in a crumbled heap from too much dancing and singing
In Bottle: Smells like a wet rose fresh from the garden Wet: Rose punches you in the face, there is something underneath, but it is hard to detect. Dry: Rose just keeps holding on, as a price point i like a plain Tea Rose, but that is just what...
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Fruity Woody describes this well, however the fruit feels very synthetic. A good fruit-wood would have realistic fruit followed by realistic wood. The cloying fruit seems like coconut, mango, and rum followed by tobacco, labdanum, and vanilla. This...