Bottle: incense over lush tropical flowers
Wet: The incense is still there; richer, deeper. But it is now joined by cool flowers and wet leaves. These are the kind of flowers that grow in deep shade, their damp, velvet petals almost glowing in the half-light.
Dry: This scent last for a good while(4+ hours). On me it is almost as when wet, only the incense becomes a bit warmer and richer.
This scent really brings to mind standing beneath a rain forest canopy, staring into a clearing where the sun illuminates an ancient temple, and-- on the breeze-- the scent of incense from hidden rituals clinging to the surrounding rocks and vegetation.
P.S. It's the Norman Invasion! Okay, just my 1066th post, but it could be...somewhere.
This post has been edited by parrot_suspect: 22 May 2012 - 02:28 AM