Lime and oak leaves.
The bottle says “Relaxing” in many languages. The eau is certainly not exciting, but it’s pleasant enough, I suppose. Lasts the usual 4711 quarter hour.
Perhaps one for unassuming gentlemen with good taste in hats?
Edit – 6/18/21
I had a good cup of Earl Grey tea this morning, and pulled this one out to compare the bergamot.
The soft green citrus was easy to recognize in both, but I was struck by how much of the vetiver comes out when sniffing them side by side–almost nutty, like filberts or walnuts.
Also, nicer in the summer than the winter–less lime notes and more herbal vibes, and not so oaky dry.
Love this relaxing Louis Armstrong cover of Irving Berlin and Fred Astaire’s classic.