purchased and reviewed by ThoraSTooth
Ask the Nearest Hippie (The Collected Poetic Works of Antonin Scalia, 2015)
Who ever thought that intimacy and spirituality [whatever that means] were freedoms? And if intimacy is, one would think Freedom of Intimacy is abridged rather than expanded by marriage. Ask the nearest hippie.
An olfactory guide, created to assist you in locating nearby hippies: patchouli, hemp, smoky vanilla bean, and cannabis accord.
On first sniff this smells relatively unthreatening: a bit of vanilla, a bit of green, nothing too pungent or unwashed. Wet on my skin, it starts off foody vanilla but quickly turns toward patchouli with a spiky green note in it. Haha, I think some of the vanilla in this has aged into gentility; it was much more vanilla when it was fresh. It still reminds me of Banshee Beat, though.
It dries down more explicitly smoky, with stronger green notes among the patchouli; the vanilla is still there but it's a fairly deep note, more a sort of absolute than the creamy or foody type. Ask the Nearest Hippie smells much more hippie-ish than it did when it was fresh, and that suits me just fine.
This scents in this limited edition group debuted in the summer of 2015 as a charitable effort benefiting the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Trevor Project, and the National Center for Transgender Equality. The scents are still live as of this writing.