Chevrefeuille is a honeysuckle fragrance that begins heavily floral with the Histoire de Parfum’s signature herbal sharpness. I think the combination of herbs and honeysuckle enjoyable and an original combination. I’ve found the fragrance to be a shape shifter because sometimes the herbs appear to dominate and other times the honeysuckle takes over. So at times the scent is quite masculine and other times I think it’s a bit too feminine for my tastes, but in either case, it’s unique. Still, Chevrefeuille does not impress me. I don’t find as much substance in it as I have found in several of the other Histoire de Parfum fragrances. This one just doesn’t speak to me.