I get a very cedary smell from his one.
I give a neutral rating because longevity is quite short on my skin.
Otherwise very nice.
This is a very good patchouli fragrance. Unlike most patchouli-based scents, Fifty has a distinctively Mediterranean feel to it, which comes from the strong presence of bergamot and mandarin orange. These citrus notes seem to last well into the heart and drydown, probably due to the patchouli and other base ingredients acting as fixatives. Though not an oriental, Fifty reminds me a bit of some classic woody orientals like Creed's Bois du Portugal and de Nicolai's New York, though it's not as formal or stodgy as those. Fifty smells a lot more exotic than those, due to the prominence of the patchouli. My only complaint is that it has almost no radiance. I tend to like scents that stay close to the skin, but Fifty's sillage is pitiful. Longevity is average at best, about 5 or 6 hours on my skin. Overall however, Fifty is a very good citrus patchouli scent that is worth picking up.
Headshop herbal patchouli bomb! Then dries down into a woody patchouli, nice and smooth. But the opening is very harsh but I like it. Reminded me of a lighter B*Men or Animale Temptation. Though I wouldn't wear it everyday.