Scents of Wood
Scents of Wood Praline in Maple was launched in 2021, created by Natasha Cote-Mouzannar - a smoky, slightly sweet maple wood, so cozy and warm. It has notes of black pepper, pink pepper, clove, roasted praline chestnut accord, peru balsam, olibanum, cedar, guaiac, patchouli. Scents of Wood Praline in Maple is an eau de parfum, edp.
From the brand - "A delicious & nostalgic combination inspired by a Springtime tradition in Canada. Perfumer Natasha Cote-Mouzannar was inspired by her tender memories of spending early Spring days in Canada and tapping maple trees, collecting sap, and making maple syrup as a tradition. The perfect representation of a sugar house, nestled deep in an oak forest."
Fragrantica - "Praline in Maple is smoky (without the caramelization), woody (not burnt), maple syrup — which has a more robust body than By the Fireplace. I imagine an ambery color when I smell it, round, rich and beautiful — and weirdly for me much less sweet (although it’s unarguably a sweet perfume). My next full bottle"
Fragrantica - "Very interesting perfume. It keeps changing on my skin. At first I got the praline-maple scent very distinctly but then the scent morphed into that of strong smoke, burnt sugar. Then the spices came through. I'm intrigued...I may be in love...Update: Decided to get a full bottle. Compared with BTF, which I also own, the two are different enough to have both IMO. Praline in maple is more refined though and very long lasting for an eau de toilette."
Fragrantica - "This is a warm and rounded chestnut and olibanum focused Parfum that creates the nutty praline vibe and that is airy, and aromatic from pepper, spices and the Peru balsam which creates a fantastic aroma. Very beautiful and long lasting. I feel this leans slightly feminine to my nose but unisex most definitely. I don’t get the smokiness of By The Fireplace on my skin. If Noir Exquise and Crush on Me had a child without coffee, this would be it. A must try if you like a nutty, sweet and barely resinous spiced cloud around you."