Any classic cologne worth its weight in water will travel the well established path starting with a bright citrus opening that leads through an aromatic middle before finishing somewhere between woody and green. Sunday Cologne never dares to stray far from this pattern but it does make a splash or two along the way. Right in between the bergamot-citrus opening and the rosy-green geranium middle, you get this scratchy sweetness from the cardamom and star anise that almost brings an oily cedar type note. It then carries perfectly into the earthy green base which is where everything comes together to make a collection worthy fragrance for any fan of the genre. Don’t expect big performance or longevity but its wear is extremely satisfying and invigorating while it lasts (approximately 3-4 hours).