Artificial grape and leather
I don’t know how Prin managed to do it, but he accurately recreated the artificial grape flavoring we all know and love and put it in a fragrance, and it is delicious. To be a little more in-depth, this fragrance opens up with a blast of that grape flavoring scent I just described, plus a really soft sueded leather that doesn’t really make itself too apparent until the dry down. Specifically, the grape featured reminds me of a grape Frootie roll. The grape lasts the entire way through the fragrance, but is way less intense later on compared to the beginning. Still, it’s impressive that it still manages to last the length of the fragrance, because the fragrance in and of itself lasts quite awhile. Due to its longevity, and the leather, I find this fragrance to be really nice for autumn. The leather really darkens the fragrance nicely for the season, and it’s longevity means it’s not a weakling for the cold months either. An easy recommendation, but try before you buy.