Zoologist Koala was released in 2020, created by Spyros Drosopoulos.
A rich green scent with notes of eucalyptus, menthol honey gumdrops, mimosa, black tea, geranium, incense, spices, vetiver, musk*, amber, oakmoss, vanilla and sandalwood. (*Synthetic notes. Zoologist Koala does not use animal products.}
An excerpt From Zoologist
A cloak of rich green velvet sweeps across the Australian horizon, the majestic eucalyptus forest flattering every curve of the undulating landscape. Tucked high in the crook of a tree, the koala is oblivious to the mesmerizing views. It would rather curl into a ball and sleep off a feast of oily eucalyptus, the aromatic leaves that sustain it. Despite their sleepy demeanour and friendly expression, koalas are territorial creatures. Males mark the soaring trunks with their musk, establishing their dominance.
Zoologist Koala opens with an invigorating blend of lemony honey and the sweet aroma of eucalyptus. They float above a blanket of black tea and spices, then draw you even deeper into musky amber and woods. The result is a unique and carefree scent that snuggles in around you, enveloping you in an embrace both playful and independent.
Zoologist Koala is an extrait de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica - "A bang of pine and eucalyptus zaps your brain in the initial moments after spraying this. Masculine scent. However; moments later: incense , vetiver , and menthol create a pleasant and zingy cloud that definitely turns heads (in the good way). If this were bottled in a Tom Ford container, people would have gone crazy for it lol i really enjoyed it! And that creamy vanilla in the drydown is DELICIOUS.
Fragrantica - "'Koala' is centered around eucalyptus, tea, and spices. It starts off quite herbal and green in the opening, with a sort of menthol, cooling effect. Then as the fragrance dries down, the spices become really prominent on my skin. Cinnamon isn't necessarily listed, but I get a huge dose of it in the dry down (as others have also mentioned). The result is a pleasant, relaxing fragrance that's noticeable, but not too loud."