About this interesting brand I've tested just Tete-A-Tete and Patchouli Magique. Tete-A-Tete is a wonderful spicy mysterious chypre which effectively I find really really close to the mythical Magie Noir being it effectively a dark and spicy floral chypre somewhat misty, aromatic, mossy-earthy and classically old-school-potpourri. Novaya-Zarya Patchouli Magique is a fantastic dry spicy patchouli deeply dusty, rooty and mossy. Uncompromising. The note of labdanum is dry and earthy, I detect glorious bergamot and hints of black pepper and frankincense. The general atmosphere is exotic and misty, something like musty and enigmatic. The final addition of vanilla provides a touch of dry powder without compromising the unquestionable general exotic sharpness. The approach is honest and somewhat natural-realistic. I see effectively the conjuration about the wonderful Patchouly Etro as well as Fragrantica suggests but Patchouli Magique is (if possible yet) more austere and earthy without floral accents. If you are on a budget and want to "express" an amazing patchouli this is the choice for you.