fenris wolf; i first mistyped fenris woof after taking a big noseful of this from my wrist and flopping my paws on the keyboard. HOLY moly is this mossy! wow! for the first time i can say "Moss! that's what that smells like!" odd, since it's not part of the description.
if i were warmer, there would be more musk wafting, wouldn't there.. cold blooded people need wafting perfumes too! :weep: i'm smelling a warm dark slightly spiced wood, and it's really interesting! i haven't had an oil yet that smelled so very much like a specific object in nature.
boyscent. a bit more evergreen tang noticeable as it goes through drydown, and a warmth built into it starts to emerge. i will wear this and be boyish, it's woody and dark and deep, and i don't think it knows its own strength. after half an hour i lean in to sniff and it's woody, and that's about all. maybe i should be running around and warming it up, seeing what a little body heat and natural musk could do to help bring up the oil to wafting temperature.
hm, on me it's spicy wet cracked open live wood, on a man this might be a rather scary smell. i snort my wrist again.. no, on a man this might be the cuddle stuff of dreams. bizarre, i can't make up my mind. i'm having very sexually ambivilent responses to this one.
i hope Wolf Moon is similar...
ah.. and now i read the desc and .. look at all the red/brown ingredients! and i really thought this sniffed moss green and wet dark brown and everything about deep woods and fallen logs. odd! it's a keeper, definitely. and it's also a "make my brother" try it, too.
[oh, and if you are slightly bored with the gentle wood scent, and want to try to add something to the mix, DO NOT choose Wolf's Heart. short story; you will smell like BBQ sauce.]
Edited by Unseelie, 03 February 2005 - 03:51 AM.