Thank you very much for the advice, especially about Bois Farine being suffocating in warm weather, that's good to know. It was an unusually cold day today and as I was already biased toward Timbuktu before entering the store, I left with three sprays of Timbuktu on one arm and one spray of Bois Farine on the other, so Timbuktu projected much more, and BF seemed cosier - it doesn't remind me of peanut butter dough, where I live people rarely even eat peanut butter, let alone make cake out of it, but it did remind me of the flour glue we used in elementary school, not in a bad way though, I think it's a good comfort scent. So eight hours have passed, Timbuktu is still here and Bois Farine is mostly gone so I've applied Dzongkha on the other arm for comparison. Timbuktu and Dzongkha they are really like siblings, so much alike, then again so different in some aspects, dare I say like Yin and Yang?! Dzongkha the introvert Yin - slow, soft, insubstantial, diffuse, cold, wet, and tranquil. Timbuktu the extrovert Yang - fast, hard, solid, dry, focused, hot, and aggressive... I guess it works best for me to have an everyday incense scent I wear five or four days a week, the remaining days I'm wearing something different for versatility or trying something new, so I'm very likely getting Timbuktu.