Glass of aged rum and walk in the forest
Right at the beginning I get white chocolaty boozy patchouli with a hint of lemon. Lemon is not too zesty. I imagine myself sitting with a friend in a bar drinking old barrel rum or cognac. Booziness, however does not last for more then few minutes and I get pepper - Cambodian white pepper, the sort that makes you nearly sneeze when you put nose close to it. Patchouli stays in the background and is just lovely. Later I get vanilla like sweetness and forest floor full of moss - moss here is dry, not wet like it would be in the forest. There is tobacco, too.