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Infused with notes of grapefruit and black pepper, this unisex blend is so distinguished we think it deserves a Michelin star (or two). Designed by Atelier Cologne’s fragrance expert Jérome Epinette, Mistral Patchouli uses fresh fruity and floral notes to transform a base of musky Indonesian patchouli. Equal parts zesty and earthy, the enticing result is totally addictive. Think of it as molecular perfumery.
Just my own personal opinion. I found this to be to musty for myself.1
At first i kinda liked it. However, after awhile it started to bother me. My girlfriend and others kept asking me if I was wearing bug spray. Not for me.1
The scent is pleasant enough...but it's whoa strong! I used the smallest little dab and I smelled like a shady old man in a speedo. Could be great if you could use less then a drop.1
Agreed with others this smells far two old man spicy for my taste1
I find most cologne descriptors are BS. The person who wrote the ones for this product really should see an ENT. The ONLY note I picked up in this sample was patchouli; strong, pungent, oily, biting, acerbic, bitter patchouli. Honestly, Glade makes a better air freshener.1
Pleasant enoygh scent, but I'm a traditional "Old Man" type guy. I'm 29 and my go to scent is Aramis. This does however last the entire day where as so many colognes don't. Would probably be a nice summer smell.1
The scent for me was ok but not worthy of the $80.00 price tag.2
The cologne smelt nice, however it didn't really work for me. As much as I wanted to like the cologne it just wasnt for me and ended up passing it along to a friend.2
this one just didn't to it for me. The earthy is nice, but it is overpowered by the zesty. The fruit didn't come through for me, but the zest did for sure.2
I hated this cologne. It gave me an automatic headache. Way too strong.2