Where Are the Wolves?
Carrion Son goes on as amber-cognac, turns a touch spicy, reverts to the initial scent, and then stays that way. It's not a bad scent, but it's not a terribly creative or interesting scent either. I expected much more from the name and from the imagery of wolves. The notes I found utterly at odds with what I experienced, and I know what fuel smells like (hello Fahrenheit). At least the longevity was done right -- at least eight hours. Verdict: not bad, but not great either. You can find something to close it almost anywhere and it's definitely not wolflike as its webpage suggests.