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Long before the advent of peace signs and flower children, patchouli served as a key component in the making of Chinese incense. This fragrance harkens back to that mystical beginning, pairing the woodsy scent of patchouli with coriander, vanilla, and leather to bring out its various layers. The resulting aroma is a far cry from flower power: Imagine an English explorer’s very first whiff of the port in Old Shanghai.
I like this scent, but I don't think it suits me personally. It's very strong at first, but softens a little over time. Patchouli is definitely the strongest aspect.3