This F&T classic is tremendous. With a slighty citrus top note, this mysterious blend mellows out to a fully immersive experience that I can only describe as the smell of a tropical Victorian greenhouse. It is like walking into a copper trimmed glass house, hints of flowers, slightly dank, warm and wonderful. As is typical of F&T, the grind is silky and fine and does not like to be rapidly snuffed. Take this on your hand, and simply inhale. This is meant to be sipped gently, gradually. Four out of five, only because I simply cannot put my finger on the scent components. Anyone care to shed some light on the secret?