Pink Fig, Blood Orange, Holly Berry, Peppercorn, Allspice, Nutmeg, Birchwood, Spruce
Another pine scent with a fruity note. Since only 4 new scents were released for the fall season, 2 of them didn't have to be pine. But I do like this one more than Fir Balsam & Plum. It's pine first, then maybe orange or some other kind of fruit (fig, obviously, due to the scent name, but I don't actually smell fig). The fruit note is slightly stronger than the fruit in Fir Balsam & Plum, but not by much, and this scent is also not sweet, although it has just a smidgen of sweetness. The pine is not sour like Fir Balsam & Plum, which is why I like it more. It's similar to Better Homes & Gardens Sweet Orange & Pine
; sniffing them side by side, Sweet Orange & Pine is basically smoky spruce with a slight dirt note (in a good way) that makes it smell like authentic spruce (I don't smell orange or any fruits in that scent), but it's also a more full-bodied scent and I like it more. This scent has a bit of the fruit note that Sweet Orange & Pine does not. The pine in this scent is pine rather than smoky spruce, so it has a tiny bit of a biting note and even a tiny bit of sourness (but not enough to even be noticeable), and when compared to Sweet Orange & Pine I do detect the fig, which is similar to currant, a scent that I love, and it's giving this scent a teensy bit of a soapy note which I'm not sure works well with the other notes. It might also have a smidgen of cinnamon way in the background. I do really like this one though, but I think I'll use it as a mixer to blend with other pine/spruce and/or fruity scents.