I wish the makers of air fresheners would be more specific about what their products smell like instead of having cutesy names like “Sunny Meadow” and “Early Morning Breeze”. What does an early morning breeze smell like? Well, that depends on where you live doesn’t it? It might smell like your neighbor’s breakfast or it might smell like the paper mill a couple of miles away or the skunk somebody ran over last night.
Here where I live the breeze (morning or any other time of the day) often smells like grass, dust and horse manure with, occasionally, a hint of diesel but I seriously doubt anyone is selling that. But even if we cross those kinds of smells off the list of possibilities, there is a whole world full of things that a morning breeze could smell like – forests, grasslands, seaside, orchard country, east, west, south. Each of these places has a different mix of flora that could contribute to the smell of a “morning breeze.” Simply calling something “Early Morning Breeze” does not tell me what it smells like.
We could also point out that the breeze itself does not have a smell at all and that it merely carries scents but that might be a little nit-picky.