Raindrops on roses.
In a swamp.
This is supposed to be a blend of hyacinth, geranium, rose, and spices–and Scarlett is exactly that, though the spices are rather subdued, and the rest of it is kinda murky.
The opening roses are lovely but the geranium soon turns them too lemony and green, and as it heats up the dewy water hyacinth notes turn into sweaty green funk.
Not quite what I was hoping for, but might be nice cut with tiger balm for a mild muscle rub.
Some rosy acid crunk.