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While the word patchouli might call to mind images of the hippie generation, this sophisticated fragrance couldn’t be further from that. Designed by Atelier Cologne’s fragrance expert Jérome Epinette, Mistral Patchouli uses grapefruit and black pepper notes to enhance a base of Indonesian patchouli. Equal parts zesty and earthy, the enticing result is more “leading man” than “flower child.”
This scent, as far as patchouli scents go, is actually not bad. I typically don't go for patchouli scents, though, since they give me a headache. If forced to wear a patchouli scent to cover up massive BO, like so many at our dear Bonnaroo, I would totally take up this scent. But I haven't gotten there, yet.3
This product seemed more fit as a man's cologne than a woman's perfume. If you like floral scents like I do, this product isn't for you.2
I love the scent of this perfume. It's a very gender neutral smell but it's perfect for the summer. I just wish it wasn't so freaking expensive or else I would buy it.5
I wasn't crazy about this scent. Put it on twice and just wasn't feeling it.2
I personally don't like the smell of patchouli so this one isn't for me.1
smells good but the smell seemed to fade quickly for me.3
When I first opened this, I thought it smelled horrible. I dabbed a little on my wrist and after some time, the smell changed a little more floral. It was ok, but definitely not something I'd ever buy for myself!2
Loved the smell, but my husband didn't. Also, it is quite expensive for a perfume, but overall I thought it smelt great.4
Far too musky and strong for my taste, it says unisex, but I wouldn't really want to smell this on a man either, too overwhelming.2
This smelled very strong to me. I thought it was for a man, definitely does not seem unisex.1