I do wish that I wouldn't so very often start reviews by saying I can't really describe a perfume I'm reviewing as I lack words. :) I mean, that kind of defeats the purpose of reviews.
That is one thing I can say about Tauer perfumes, no matter how many reviews you read and you think you have an idea, usually it's not even close. And I mean that in the best possible way.
I grew up with a linden tree in my yard, and I still adore that smell. But so far, all the linden perfumes I smelled just didn't work for me. Yes, the linden note was unmistakeable but it came across as shrill and just not what I could wear.
Luckily, this is not the case with Zeta. But then again, Zeta isn't really a linden soliflore perfume. It's more the softest whiff of linden you would catch on a coldish spring morning before the blooms reach their full scenting power with the sun beating down on them. Which is the part where I get confused because upon first sniff, I am reminded of summery freshness in the guise of sparkling lemonade and barest whiff of sun creams on a breeze ( can't help it if ylang always conjures that for me). Absolutely smile-inducing. :) And then there is the thought of linden trees in the early morning.
But at least the scenery passing by my nose is wonderful. I'm also not the only one thinking along the lines of two seasons as you can see from Tarleisio's review.
There is just one little thing I need to add. I get a little dirtiness from Zeta and I see Tarleisio is talking about honey but I don't see it listed as a note (except as part of a rose). But it would definitely fit that little teaser in there.
Notes: bright chord of lemon and bergamot with a sweet orange note, ylang, orange blossom absolute and steam distilled neroli, Linden blossom, honey yellow rose, orris root, Mysore sandalwood, vanilla.
Bottom line is - you have to experience it and see for yourself where it takes you. I, go along for a ride through scent memories that hold no everyday stress and make me smile and relax.
Notes by: http://www.tauerperfumes.com/
Pic by: http://www.opg.mturic.net/