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Original bottle not included with purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
When I first spritzed this on it smelled very much like rain, to me. Probably the spruce. After the dry down it ended up just smelling like a musty, vintage, hardcover book. I won't say it's a bad fragrance, it just isn't what I was hoping for. The longevity seems to be solid as it has been hours and I can still smell it on my wrist. If you like the smell of vintage books you might enjoy this. For me it's just too dry and musty.
Every Storm a Serenade
The first note I get is sharp and electrical, like the air after a lightning strike. It's gone quickly, and then there is a salty, dank sea essence that dominates the scent - probably the calone and ambergris. I never can pick up the spruce or eucalyptus for some reason.
I like that this one tells a story, but I get negative reactions from other people; it's a challenging one to wear.
Smells like black licorice to me. Too heavy and salty. It morphs into a nicer scent, but for the first couple of hours, I’m not a fan. I’m glad that I sampled it beforehand.
I love this Imaginary Authors creation. Its extremely evocative of an ocean breeze but with the wood element, fresh yet a dark undercurrent that gives it a certain allure. Considering making itnmy signature scent since itndties down to a pine that is not as sharp and eminently wearable.