When I purchased this fragrance oil I was thinking of fall. I thought that an apple scent would be very nice for October. I was expecting something that would remind me of leaves crunching under my Frye boots in the orchards of Washington. This is not a fall fragrance. L’Aromarine Pomme is more like a Jolly Rancher mixed with Johnson’s No More Tears Shampoo. Perfume labs and flavor labs are often married. This smells like what fake apple tastes like. You know the apple used in sour candies and pops. If you like that sort of thing such as Demeter Sour Apple or DKNY Be Delicious then you should like this very long-wearing fragrance oil. At first it is very “fruity” then it becomes very intense and tangy. It smells just like a Jolly Rancher or Jone’s Soda Sour Apple. After an hour + of wear, it becomes softer and more like an apple used in a kid’s shampoo. It’s like a lab trying to recreate a Golden Delicious instead of a Granny Smith. It isn’t a bad fragrance but if you don’t like the thought of smelling like apple flavoring then do not give this a try. But, if you are looking for a fun, young, fruity scent then give this a try. I really smell this and think it would be appropriate for a tween or teen. My teenage sisters would love this. My adult, apple-loving Washington state “where we know what apple orchard the apple came from in one bite” self doesn’t. I am planning on mixing mine with a white floral, maybe a honeysuckle or a jasmine to make it a bit more ladylike. I really do not see this mixing well with spice like I had initially planned. This is more of a warm weather fragrance. It retails for $9.50 and is available at beautyhabit.com.