I have been wearing all three of these in rotation this week. My overall experience has been real disappointment. The packaging is really nice, and they have the look and feel of real quality stuff. However, aside from the hype and attempts to make them feel niche, the juices themselves are pretty unsubstantial. I don't predict that any of them will stand the test of time well. None of these fragrances is terrible. They are just fairly bland, derivative fragrances that I feel i have tried many times done better in other places. The first, Nomad feels like a fragrance that Gucci would have released in the 80's. Turin would dismiss this one as, "...another woody amber with some spices thrown in." I didn't hate it, it was just nothing I would spend money on.
Number 2, Owari was much less interesting to me, and a bit off putting. I had a reaction similar to Ruggles in my feeling that it smelled of chemicals. The mandarin note is nice, but had too much of an air freshener vibe for me.
I had the highest hopes for number 3- Century, and it struck me as the most interesting. If I were to wear one occasionally it would be this one. Its another woody amber, but better blended than Nomad, and with some more interesting features. But I kept wanting more from it. More body, more earthiness. It was too light and transparent for the feeling it was trying to convey. Of the three it will have the most followers, I imagine, but I would be surprised if people didn't have bottles up on the swap board pretty quickly. It's just too bland to hold interest for very long.