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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.
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
I really did not care for this scent one bit. It was way too strong and masculine for me.1
I was not a fan of this scent. It was just not for me!2
I've been looking for a new perfume to wear daily. Unfortunately, this won't be it. The scent is just what I like- woody, warm, natural- sexy in an understated way. However, after dabbing on my wrists, neck, and on the back of my knees in the morning, the scent was gone within a matter of a few hours. My husband usually speaks up if I'm wearing perfume, and he didn't even notice that I had any on with this one. Le sigh!3
For the price this fragrance is less than mediocre.2
Though I just now read that it is considered unisex, I did not care for this at all. Perhaps on my husband...1
It was not bad just really wasn't for me. The smell was a little too much.3