I am privileged to have the opportunity to sample these. I have only tested them on my arms yesterday, but my first opinion is:
Originally Posted by germanomio
Rose nacrée is a sweet oriental pastry (reminding of La Petite Robe Noire in a "haute couture" version)
That is spot-on. It somehow starts off like a typical rose-oud combo and then shifts into oriental rose pastry territory. What seems to be the saffron made for short moments where the scent smelled slightly off, but this seemed to shift slightly rather quickly. Longevity is good but not as outstanding (nearly 24 hours) as with the other two. It's interesting for sure, but not special enough to warrant the exclusivity game.
Encens Mythique d'Orient is hard to describe. It is sweet initially and there is something about the whole accord about half an hour into it, I was not sure whether it would be smelling a bit 'too cheap' or 'too synthetic' for my taste. The card enclosed said that it used real amber gris from New Zealand and I can see that. It then fairly quickly progresses into a very softly smoky haze of fragrance (sillage is fine) that is certainly alluring. I have to admit it, I like this Thierry Wasser composition and I need further testing to see if it is for me. I love how it lingers on nearly forever and it is very beguiling.
Songe d'un bois d'été did nothing special for me. Something synthetic bugged me - it must be the ISO E Super then - until the later drydown where the composition seemed to 'mellow' into what could have been more natural and inviting. This perfume has an M7 kind of appeal. It is harsh, dry, smoky and woody and I - as usually - see no leather here.