Yes, I've tried it and liked it. The only drawback is that it isn't very distinctive to me (woods and incense is a favorite category of mine). I've smelled too many in the same category. It's a lean and dry woods scent that is easily worn by women.
I didn't think that either the juniper or pepper note was overly pronounced. Instead, there was more of a rustic cedar feel, and yet the perfume wasn't too "outdoorsy" or rugged in the way some inexpensive men's colognes can be when built around this same notational theme.