scourger Posted March 13, 2008 Share Posted March 13, 2008 Bayberry is widely known as the money herb; bayberry brings fortune to the home and gold to the pocket. Prominent ingredients include: Bayberry, cinnamon, ginger and a touch of Christmas punch! In the bottle: a breath of herbal green, with a little bit of spiciness to texturize it, and something sweet. On, wet: The bayberry twines around my senses, with what smells like honey complementing it and making it decadent. Drydown: A lovely apple cider note comes through, keeping the honey sweetness from being too sweet. (More like the sharp honey of mead.) The herbal bayberry somehow keeps this from being too foody. ( I know, right? Herbs making it less foody? It does though; it's a little like a forest added into the mix.) This scent is incredibly sophisticated and expensive. It's like sitting on a plush, white leather chair in an expensive clothing store, while the shop girl assembles a collection of garments for you to try on. (Oh, and you're wearing gold pumps. ) Despite the gold pumps, I can definitely see this scent being worn by both men and women. It's got a great balance, so the honey smells rich without being too sweet for a man. (I could see this being a "his" scent to go with a "hers" of sugared honeycomb for people who are looking for pairings.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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