The legendary site of the Viking colony in Newfoundland founded circa 985 BC. Crisp northern wind blowing over loganberry, wild roses, prairie crocus, iris versicolor Linné, mountain avens, yellow birch bark, mayflower and maple leaf.
In the vial, it's a sweet floral with woody notes. It does smell a bit like spring on the Northeastern coast of America. On the skin, it's woodier to start, and the florals are sweet but rich. It's not that overwhelming attack lily that some florals go on me, but nice.
I think it should have Concord grape in it, though.