This is potent stuff. She has been doing the all-natural game longer than a lot of folks. This is slightly boozy with sharp greenery, like a forest floor. From the get-go, it is a huge green blast that holds strong in the fragrance all the way to end, along with a shot of espresso drizzled with a dark chocolate blast in the opening. The lavender is syrupy, and floats in and out with tonka, nutmeg, and cedar together. Then rockrose comes in to the heart, and this is sharper than patchouli. This is drenched in oakmoss, like a fougere, but nothing you have smelled before. There is a burnt sugar note in this, not quite like maple or caramel, but like brown sugar. Espresso fades into a strong coffee aromatic. Overall, this is a sharp green wonder contrasted by realistic coffee notes, with chocolate glazed over.