Of all the fragrances I own, I probably wear this one the most.
Given your criteria, it's not headily floral or super-sweet, but it's not at all a "dry" jasmine, either. It goes on cool, warms up to something mildly fruity, and has a small civet note to add a bit of animal, but all in all, it's about jasmine. If you love jasmine there's a good chance of loving this, if not, it might leave you cold.
A jasmine in a related style is Diptyque's Olene, which is brighter, cooler, non-fruity and more directly floral, and worth investigating if you're seeking this style of jasmine.
I recently went on the hunt for a "dark" jasmine, and after twenty-odd fragrances I've sampled my winner was Neil Morris' Gandhara, an earthy, animalic, almost non-floral jasmine that explores the area between bloom and decay. It's not particularly sweet and not at all overtly floral, and I think most guys can wear it if they don't mind some dirty with their jasmine.