To my nose this smells a like a mix of Kenzo Jungle pour homme (it's hot spicies and wood notes) and Dior's Dune pour homme (it's fig and floral notes). Nice, but I like Dune and Jungle better.
I like the Chaumet opening: grapefruit and fig, with a spicy kick. It settles down to a sweet, woody-ambery scent that I find pleasant, but less interesting than the opening.
A clean fig and vetiver scent that dries down into a typical oakmoss and musk. A nice refined soapy scent that's not as powerful as Guerlain's Vetiver. There's a slight sweetness to it in the base that makes the top come alive.
The official notes:
Top: Grapefruit, Fig, Mate
Heart: Jasmine, Vetiver, Mace, Precious Woods
Base: Mosses, Musks, Grey amber, Vanilla
They should call this Musc et Grapefruit. At least, that's all I get out of it. If Minotaure and Vera Wang for Men were mixed, this is about how I imagine it would smell. It's ok, but nothing special. The longevity is decent, but the sillage is bad.
Mabye my sample was old but all I got from this was a pleasant but inconseqeuntial soapy/ozonic mix, like a toned-dwon version of Givenchy Eau Torride.