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Thumbs up on this classically-inspired chypre. I was convinced it had oakmoss when I first tried it, so classic did it smell, with the darkness and deepness that defines it. I didn't really get the fruit others mentioned, especially not to the degree of Mitsouko. I picked up the herbally tarragon in the opening, which dissipated in the heartnote into a more floral chypre, at which point it also started becoming less dark.
13 January, 2013