Scent Description: The scent of a country summer evening settling into night… wheat fields, new grasses, tilled earth, and stones slowly cooling. Includes a special blend of traditional midsummer botanicals – saint johnswort, vervain, hawthorn, and rowan leaves
Released: The Wanderer’s Journal Collection
2 thoughts on “Falling Stars at Summer Solstice”
I totally agree with the other review that this has elements of A Roll In the Hay in it. It reminds me of a greener, dirtier version of Bohémiens en Voyage. Green, fresh (but not clean and soapy), warm. Just smells like being outside. This is not my type of scent really but I did enjoy my sample of this one and actually used the entire thing.
I adore this! I bought a FS the day it was available. It’s like a cross between Gaia (dirty and green, like actual damp, upturned soil dirt) and something warm and grainy, like A Roll In the Hay, Deep Midnight’s Boudica or House of Gloi’s Plotter’s Breakfast. It’s very planty, but not at all antiseptic or “cut grass”. I want to bathe in this.