From the incense Frohliche series, the third iteration is for me the most interesting one. Not that the other two are not good, they are, indeed, amazing incenses, and i still regret that i haven't purchased a bottle of the chocolate-incensed No 1. But for me the No 3 has the unusual combination of blackcurrant with incense. Blackcurrant is a complicated note to me. It smells fruity, but in a bitter way, and something on it, if not balanced, smells to my nose like wet-dog and piss. I don't get this nuances on this one, instead Erik seems to cleverly acentuate the rosy and minty nuances that are kept usually on the background of blackcurrant compositions. I suspect that the geranium may be an important player in linking the fresh, mentolated incense side with the fruity, leafy and bitter blackcurrant one. Altough i see many notes listed above, this fragrance seems to bee all about those three, that remains balanced through a long time on skin. Since this series has fragrances that doesn't remain in production too long, i strongly recommend try it while you can, i don't remember having smelling anything like this before.