In 1769, the Spanish arrived in Los Angeles, eventually making their way to present day Encino. Upon their arrival, the Portola expedition spent some time at the Los Encinos State Historic Park, which still stands today. Los Encinos Park sits on a natural spring that provided a year-round source of water for the ancient village of Siutcanga, home to the Tongva people. The name syútkanga actually means "place of the oak" in the Fernandeño language, a dialect of the Tongva language, a name later reflected in Spanish as Los Encinos, or "the oaks" in Spanish.
This scent is made up of rich oak wood, cedar, musk, and tonka bean.