Lostmarc'h is a small niche perfume and toiletry maker in Brittany. According to the website, Lostmarc'h is the Breton name for the last beach in continental Europe (what the Romans considered Land's End), and Lann-Ael is Breton for angel heath. The notes according to Lostmarc'h are buckwheat, 'other cereals', apples, milk, and vanilla. The notes according to me are, in order; egg nog- probably due to the alcohol which evaporates pretty quickly, milk-soaked fruity breakfast cereal (or fruity breakfast cereal-soaked milk? Others before me have pointed this out and they are spot-on), and A&W cream soda. This is an extremely gourmand fragrance. The vanilla is very reminiscent of another vanilla, the one in État Libre d'Orange Vraie Blonde. Whichever vanilla this is, it's a wee bit too synthetic and foody for my tastes, although the synthetic nature of the note sort of prevents this from being as edible as it's trying to be. I have to give the company credit for creating a perfume that smells like such bizarre and un-perfumey things, but ultimately the vanilla drydown is giving me a headache. I could see liking this in passing, on someone else. Unfortunately, when you have to live with the entire life of the fragrance, a disappointing and cloying to the point of nausea finish is a deal-breaker.