Or rather, Rosewater Driftwood. The latest addition to Caldrea’s scent portfolio had me puzzled at first—rosewater, I know and adore, but what on earth does driftwood mean in the fragrance realm? Well, as I learned after some devoted sniffing, it evokes a sun-washed, light-as-air feel that when combined with the aforementioned rosewater, and luscious, but delicate, florals like lily of the valley and gardenia, makes for a really lovely scent. Not so much for countertop scrubbing, but definitely well-suited for bed linens to which it imparts a perfectly subtle, entirely dreamy fragrance. Zzzzzz.