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The wonderful collection of fresh spring fragrances paying homage to the wonders of Sacred Geometry and the system of beauty.

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Possets' description: "Pi is a lovely thing. 3.1416.... Irrational but not whimsical, orderly. Though you never get to the bottom of it, you never tire of chasing the concept. An uplifting blend and good for clearing away the last shreds of the winter doldrums and letting you prepare for better sunny days.

Grapefruit zest and a cold and salty aquatic remind you of the first days of spring, combined with a bit of fougere and a good helping of herbaceous accord and a nice bit of rue and a hint of elimi. Outdoorsy and distinct, it's a bit restless and I love it for when I am working out at the gym."
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Green, very fresh.
For me, it's a perfum you want to wear after a long and hot day to feel fresh and clean.
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Since everyone was so kind about my last review, I'll try another one :-)

Pi smells like working in the garden to me. There are a lot of green smells with something resinous in the back. When it first went on, it had a strong green smell something like tomato leaves. This smells like a *real* garden, not like a bunch of essential oils telling you what a garden is supposed to smell like. It's got the smell of weeds and stems and roots. It might be the rue, or it might be the "herbaceous accord," whatever that is. It's not in itself a pretty smell and I was afraid it was going to make the oil unwearable, but it had such strong associations of a sunny day working outdoors I was sorry when it faded quickly. But it was gone in about fifteen minutes, and then the sweeter green smells come to the forefront. After a couple of hours, the woody, resinous smell lingers on. That is probably the elimi, which I have never heard of before and had to look up. I agree with the description that it's a restless scent (all those changes!) that's good for the outdoors. Again, very much a success and I'm delighted to own a bottle.
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Oh. My. Word. Dawnwich. You made me want this. HARD.

Dangit.

Which means it was another great review. :rofl:
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I had to change the description. It said that Pi was #.1416...no so :cuss: It's 3.1416....
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I love green scents, like Neptune. So, I had to add this to the list too. So many I want, so little money. If only I could win the lottery.
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