Sabotage starts out citrusy, aromatic and a little bit "stinky," like a well-ripened cheese. Spice and floral notes appear in a few minutes, while the "stinky" note slinks around in the background, animalic and more than a little dangerous.
It takes a good hour before the earthy vetiver and tobacco base notes reveal themselves, and when they do Sabotage takes a decisive macho turn and never looks back. There's a trace of sweetness behind the tobacco and vetiver, but just enough to round out the drydown without compromising the scent's assertive bluntness. Sabotage uses familiar notes in an original way to sustain an interesting development. Though not something I think I'd wear, it's a fragrance that's worth looking into.