Coyote is a yellow California hillside in summer sun. Warm and a little dreamy.
Dragon's milk is nectar with a warm vanilla base. When I put it on, I was overwhelmed with childhood memory of lying in the grass in a field in summer, wildflowers everywhere, bumblebees zapping past. It settles down to warm, creamy vanilla after a while, and I get less of that sweet thin flower-taste.
All three smell good on me, though I think I like Dee on Mr Pedia better than Dee on me. It's fairly masculine. I took a little while to decide I liked Coyote. It was a bit sharp right out of the imp.
It's interesting how I lack a vocabulary for scents, and must move immediately to the imagery they call up. These are complicated smells. I'm not much of a standard perfume sniffer, but these scents don't seem standard to me. I can't imagine Dee, in particular, being sprayed on you by one of those people in Macy's.
Mr Pedia's review of his wrists, once I pushed him to go beyond "stinky": "[Coyote] seems more subtle. [Dee] seems more aggressive."