Yes, but with a couple of caveats.
This is my favorite purchase of 2006, and I am happy to be complicit in your adventure. However, you must like musk. Really like musk. Not safe little soapy white musk, or musk that makes you feel like you've been inlaid in the heart of a iris, or musk that reminds you of your freshman year in high school.
Sira is plumped with a very distinctive animalic musk. It isn't as feral as MKK (what is?), but the note makes a very strong point a minute into the application.
You must also like an amalgam of pear and banana. These are also represented in the top, with their tendency to noticeable sweetness. They seem synthetic and, while not overpowering, are also a distinctive feature of this scent.
The fragrance itself is roseate and even has, beneath the ripe fruit, a slight sharpness from bergamot that keeps it from becoming muddled and ill-defined. The rose is not treated to additional sweet influences along the way so the scent doesn't devolve in BBW territory, at least as far as I am concerned, but the top skirts close.
It's a skin scent. The lasting power is not terrific, not in a form where you are reminded of it until you take it off. It rides very close to the body and probably lasts about four hours (I can still detect it then, but it is one of those things you have to work to accomplish).
If you are a fan of the elegant, restrained earlier Patous, you might find this one to pander too obviously to current trends in perfumery, and might find the fruits coy. I happen to like the thing as a whole, with the musk being the main reason.