What a *lovely* thread! I have added a bunch of the suggested perfumes to my notes to test later!
Although I think all of the ones I have tried have been mentioned, I’ll add my take on them, for whatever that may be worth.A la Nuit
: Lovely strong jasmine- one of my favorites for a classic jasmine soliflore. It doesn’t strike me as grossly indolic, and the musk in dry down is light and inoffensive for me.Jasmal
: Realistic, green jasmine—like poet’s jasmine, Jasminum officinale. Even begins to “wilt” as it warms on the skin. Another favorite!Love and Tears
: nice jasmine soliflore, some neroli and sweet base typical of the By Kilians I have tried; dries down to an old fashioned, jasmine-LOTV-rose floral on my skin.Jasminora:
Light, fresh, leafy jasmine with some citrus. Almost feels like a sort of jasmine eau de cologne.Child:
Strong, soapy sambac jasmine; very simple and warm. Reminds me of Indian jasmine soaps.Songes:
Jasmine plus airy white florals/light gardenia, touch of cumin keeps it from being cloying or overly sweet.Le Jasmin:
(Annick Goutal) Like Chinese pink jasmine blooms plus gummy bears coated with powdered sugar. (Nicer than it sounds! Not overly sweet, despite the gummy notes and powder.)Jasmin de Nuit
: Not night blooming jasmine, which is actually not jasmine anyway. To my nose, mostly a spicy, herbal tabacco and vanilla laced creation, like if you took a drop of jasmine absolute and mixed it up with Tabac and Caron Pour un Homme. (Maybe my sample was off?!?)Jasmine White Moss
: More about the fake “moss” than the jasmine. The jasmine is probably imaginary too. It's clean and bright though.