Originally Posted by MrFragranceReview
I so want to try this one. I love Cuir Pleine Fleur which is a lovely leather and violet fragrance as well. How similar is this to Cuir Pleine Fleur assuming you've tried it?
As for Mistral Patchouli, the only note that scares me is star anise. I loathe that note so I fear this one may not be for me.
I haven't tried Cuir Pleine Fleur, but I plan to explore the Heeley line when the pocketbook allows. However, I purchased 6 samples of Sous le Toit de Paris; if you are interested (and it's not too weird) you can PM me your address and I'll send you one. (Free of course!) I also have some unused samples of other naturals, including Atelier, Liz Zorn and Ayala Moriel (plus a few that I only dipped a toothpick in, like Ayala's Vetiver Racinettes), which I can list for you.
BTW, I purchased samples of the complete line of Atelier (in NYC) for only $15, and when I later ordered more Sous Le Toit samples, Atelier sent me a whole other sample pack. They're generous, and shipping is fast.
So, if you feel uncomfortable with the above, head on over to Atelier and get some cheap samples!http://www.ateliercologne.com/store/...-products.html- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by MonkeyBars
Perhaps there is a molecular isolate of Mistral and that's
the dominant accord.
Looked up "mistral" and ...
Also, makes sense now why a patchouli scent would be so clean. I guess it's the "wind" note.