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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.
It is just not my scent. No offense to the product. I lasts a long time so its really high quality. Once again, just not for me.2
Seriously all I have to say about this is yuck, yuck, yuck. The pepper smell is overwhelming and far from pleasant.1
Ick. The very name throws me off because I am not a fan of patchouli. This is for guy's for sure. Also, why do we need unisex cologne? Didn't Khloe and Lamar prove that's a bad idea?1
Im not a huge fan of this smell its too earthy and manly for my liking. I would wear it to a job interview or if I wanted to smell good & sophisticated but not sexy.3
not a fragrance kind of girl. definitely not for me1
This smells great but there arr so many great scents that are much less expensive.5
I changed my profile settings assuming I would stop getting these makeup counter samples of perfumes that I could get for free in a store. Hopefully this is the last for a while. Ipsy gave me a roll on perfume this month which blew this perfume sample out of the water. Also you dispense it by popping off the cap and getting it everywhere, and those are the worst. I would also never buy this because of the price. I'd rather buy myself Juicy Couture perfume. And the smell is REALLY manly.2
I enjoy most scents, especially patchouli. This scent smelled cheap and expired. I wouldn't recommend it.1
I wasn't thrilled with the scent -- a little too musky and even masculine for my taste.2
Not a fan of this product at all. The smell was far to masculine for my taste and not the sexy kind of masculine either.1