I first smelled this in the fall, in the Michigan woods, so my scent impression will always bring me back to woodsy, autumnal colors. The scent itself is not actually heavy woods or cedar though, it's a strange mixture of green and plummy notes that dries down to the slightly dry-sweet sake. It's warmth and the kind of scent you have to lean in and get a closer whiff of. It's very unique and I can't compare it to anything else. It's not sugary-sweet, girly, feminine, or pink. I doubt any man would tell me I'm sexy or alluring with this; it's not that kind of scent. It's evocative and compelling to me, though. I don't own anything else quite like it.