Originally Posted by hedonist222
So decide quickly.
Don't do that. Not at least because the Borneo is boring. Its more the chocolate plus sweet plus tons of Iso E Super to lubricate and silken the issues that are to be expected with such brews.
My patchoulis are
- Histoires De Parfumes: 1969
- L'Artisan: Patchouli Patch
- ELdO: Nombril Immense
- Etro: patchouli
- unknown: raw natural oil, extract
With that as a comparison the Borneo xxxx ain't a patchouli scent at all. As an other quite different take I would recommend the Patchouli Patch. The immortelle in it gives it a herbal flowerish shine of huge projection, yet no offenses to anybody due to its natural appeal. Simple but georgious.
A pretty well made Choco plus Patch could be the 1969 by HdP. In this the patch still bites camphorous without that gothic agony it is usually associated with ...
ps: don't like patch with cold weather, most because I don't like cold weather. For me patch is a summer scent. In cold weather I go for shiny flowers and full greens ...