Hi, I like the following fragrances from this house:
1828 (Jules Verne) - starts with peppermint, eucalyptus, a blend of spices in the middle and an amber-musk base. Green yet warm, very longlasting. The green notes stay there all the time, even when the amber comes out in the end. Can be cloying and a bit loud if overapplied! All in all a wearable yet unique fragrance.
1725 (Casanova) - starts with some citrus notes, has some rosemary in the middle, but the basenote develops very quickly: musk, anise, woods. Very soft and calming, stays closer to my skin than 1828, but is also lasting very long. Slightly sweet, but not too much. Very suitable for any occasion.
1969 (Parfum de Revolte) - the latest scent of the line. Cardamom, carnation, patchouli, white musk. The most sensual of the men's HdP and perfect for evenings. Very smooth and soft, long-lasting, but not cloying and not too sweet. My favourite of the line. It's a slightly boozy fragrance, like Le Dandy, but without tobacco notes, not as heavy and more modern.
I also tried 1740 (de Sade), a sweet leather fragrance, and Noir Patchouli, but both didn't work with me - too strong and sweet.
Excellently composed fragrances, but they're quite expensive and you should (like always) try them before you buy.