Mario, in his thread, http://community.basenotes.net/newre...reply&p=954449
, put up this one:
Originally Posted by mariodefior
A blast-off not unlike Kenzo Air, this offering seems to emulate that one-key zen minimalist note, i.e., lots of freshly cut grasss at the onset. My ultimate reference for vetiver would be Anick Goutal, yet this one is neither bone dry nor smokey, at least so far. Pleasant yes, but not ground-breaking.
Let me report back when the basenotes set in. So far, good but not distinct and certainly not worth the big bucks, at least so far.
Not a fan of pure vetiver scents, yet there is something appealing....
I'm a vetiver lover, and I love scents that aspire to ink smell, but I'm wary of this one because of Mario's review. I found Kenzo Air boring and a one note minimalist scent doesn't attract me. I'll check out Encre Noire for sure though.