Smells like a sticky baby pinecone bud. This was my first impression and it is still relevant to my perception of this fragrance. After it dries down a bit get more of an herbal chamomile scent with a hint of bitter green, and it surprisingly ends a little sweet and milky, but I am not sure from what. The eucalyptus is more camphoric in the opening but becomes more aromatic in the dry down. This scent gives me rustic boutique tea shop inside a log cabin run by an unpretentious yet sophisticated, rugged, flannel-patchwork-shirt-wearing bohemian. Intriguing yet cozy. I really like this one! This is at least travel-size worthy (if FS sold this size, hint, hint!) if not full bottle worthy for me.
Scent: 4/5 (5 stars for the review because the fragrance is well done but only 4 based on personal preference)
*My initial ratings for the Sent Surrection Set may have changed over time as they were based on my first impressions and this is final thoughts after spending more time with the fragrance.