Well, I haven't tested either one! But I did do a little investigation and learned a bit.
Patricia de Nicolai is niece to JP Guerlain and she makes --
Sacrebleu -- longstanding favorite of Catherine Deneuves, these notes are garnered from several sources
top: fresh green note, black current, carnation
mid: raspberry, peach blossom, Indian jasmine, hyacinth, tuberose
base: amber, vanilla, tonka bean, cinnamin, clove, Yemenese incense
Comments seem to say a well blended, peachy, spicy tuberose on a vanilla and incense base
Dawn Spencer Hurwitz makes one that might be similiar --
top: bergamot, bitter orange, cardamon seed, clementine, Italian neroli, lemon, nutmeg
mid: carnation absolute, cinnamon, clove, Egyptian rose geranium, jasmine grandiflorum, honey, beeswax, Morrocan rose absolute,
mysore sandalwood, saffron absolute, tuberose absolute
base: ciste absolute, East Indian sandalwood, labdanum, oppopanax (this would be frankencense--an incense note), Siam benzoin,
Tahitian vanilla, Tamil Nadu sandalwood, vanilla absolute
This Cimabue is the closest match of all DSH scents, with all the key notes of Sacrebleu, but adding probably quite a bit more citrus up
top and lots more sandalwood, in both the heart and base. But the essential green, spicy tuberose on a base of vanilla and incense seem
to be there.
A nice little puzzle!