This one that I sniffed in Edt and EdP for about two years every time I went past a Guerlain counter, but I just couldn't see what was so special. Then earlier this year I went into a Guerlain boutique, armed with a reasonable amount of money that was burning a hole in my pocket, and tried the extrait.
I fell in love instantly. It was so rich, spicy and smooth, bright yet dark. I had dinner with some friends that evening and was given a glass of old armagnac, and afterwards kept moving my nose from glass to wrist and then back again. I don't really get much peach either, and would have trouble recognizing it as such, but that dark mossiness (especially in vintage) is something I could (and go) get lost in.
Since then I've backed up my initial purchase with several concentrations, both vintage and current, all of which have something different to say. They are all Mitsouko, and yet I find that their subtle variations all answer to different moods. This is quite a 'moody' fragrance for me, and though I love it I don't think I could wear it every day.