A somewhat un-massive MOR vanilla-patchouli that feel more like a testament to orris and moss. However, Iíd imagine that a literal "massive patchouli" would be both pointless and unpalatable, so points for being considerate I suppose.
Itís sweeter than you might expect, but it tried to disguise the textbook patch/vanilla trick (one of the most failsafe moves in perfumery) by throwing in a bit of citrus and some slightly leafier things. The vanilla feels more floralóas in heliotrope-style vanilla, so itís not straight-up cake, nor is it raunchy bean. Itís polite, slightly diaphanous, and works well in the composition. The patchouli however is a bit timid given the scentís name. I wonder if ramping up the minty or earthy facets might have helped to give the scent a bit more kick as it does feel a tad reserved overall. Pleasant but dull, Iíd really only recommend this one if youíre unusually enamored with the patchouli/vanilla combo and your life's mission is to smell them all.