I think Poet's Jasmine is probably the most interesting of Ineke's Floral Curiosities series, largely because it's quite masculine. The rosemary, anise, and spices make for rather traditional macho topnotes, while the wood hovers beneath, paired with something fruity, which I'm assuming is the mix of cardamom and tea.
Given time, the cardamom tea smell becomes the star of the show, still peppery with spice and vaguely woody. To be honest, I don't really smell jasmine or anything floral - This actually smells to me more like a better quality masculine designer release, the kind you'd expect to break out into silly aquatic notes, but mercifully doesn't. So, if you're a fan of the better Guccis and the like, or if you're in search of an interesting but everyday office scent, Poet's Jasmine is worth checking out.