A richly complex fragrance of deep red berries, aged wood, bourbon, and clove
On cold sniff this smells like a combination of fruit and wood. But melted, I don't really smell the wood, and it smells like a deep, rich scent of plum and blackberry, with a bit of mahogany (although not actually woodsy), and a smidgen of vanilla. I really like it. I don't smell bourbon per se, but maybe that's what makes it so rich. Although on cold sniff and from close up, it has a slightly tart wine note that thankfully I don't actually smell in the room (although when melting, I do detect a smidgen of a blackberry wine note that I do like). And in the room it's so rich that I get almost a caramely note (which is probably the bourbon), that I don't smell on cold sniff or close up. Looking at the notes, I don't smell clove (although that might be adding to the warmth and richness).