Verveine d'Ete is an eau de parfum featuring notes of Egyptian basil, Italian lemon and bergamot, geranium, sage, thyme, lavender, neroli, Chinese eucalytptus, Haitian vetyver, sandalwood and oak moss.
In wording from their website:
You walk in the Summer Garden in the heart of Saint Petersburg. There was a refreshing rainstorm this morning, and you sit on a bench in the French garden designed by Peter the Great. You bend down to pick up a ball dropped by some children. All at once, a perfumed wave of freshness hits you: basil, lemon, bergamot, verbena, and a touch of oak moss. You would so like to take this perfume along with you into the warmer hours of the day ...
An excerpt of a review from CaFleurBon
The mid notes bring out various different herbs that are so well blended it is nearly impossible to distinguish anything as an individuial constituent. The mix here reminds me of a wonderful verbena soap coupled with classic Eau de Cologne all in one. The air of it is very clean and invigorating! Soon individual constituents start to become more apparent - a powdery lavender/sandalwood/moss combo rises which reminds me of classic aftershaves, but in a very subdued manner. Altogether, this may sound as if the fragrance leans toward the masculine; however, there is no reason this cannot be enjoyed by both sexes. It embodies qualities that anyone could wear anywhere at any time.