Geza Schoen works in the same palette of aroma chemicals for many of his transparent woody fragrances. He is an unrecognized genius of fragrance creativity, imo. The accentuating notes are very different in Kinski and Tzora, but they have the same basic appeal in transparent but penetrating wood base notes. Tzora could almost be a version of an Escentric Molecules variation - Escentiric Molecule 0Z !? or of an incense of some variety. Kinski has the same hyper charged transparency in wood notes with iso e super etc, but the initial notes are more like Yatagan in their bitter green conflict. There are similarities between the two, but I don't think they smell anything like each other.