purchased and reviewed by ThoraSTooth
In the bottle this is floral-honeyish. I particularly notice the sampaguita and olive blossom notes, but when this bottle was new the gunpowder note was somewhat more strident than it is now that the scent has aged.
Wet on my skin the sampaguita does its usual jasmine-y climb, making it the top note along with a touch of ripe magnolia and the olive blossom which has a rich, almost woody scent. Underneath there is beeswax and resin serving to prop up the florals.
Liberty dries down to a rich, un-sweet, beeswaxy floral on a resinous base. The olive blossom shapes the scent, giving it a slightly dark and sober cast. The sharp florals it displayed when fresh have aged to tasteful, cooperative ones. The apple blossom manifests as more fruity than floral. It also seems as if there is some sandalwood or other similar note helping the frankincense to hold this together.
Note from Jammies: Thora wore this on Friday to celebrate, and I got to see Summit County residents taking advantage of their new ability to get marriage licenses.