I'm split on this line. Exotistic clichés, more of a "designer" than a "niche" feel - these are often available at half price or less on ebay and that to me reflects their actual value. That said, I enjoy
L'Eau du Gouverneur: spicy tropic nutmeg-oriented, beautiful de Charlus review on this one.
Écume de Thé: a pleasant tea scent. The bergamot gives it a slight Earl grey feel, some very subtle floral notes and black tea
Barbier des Iles: a brutally dry barbershop scent. Rive Gauche twenty years after emigrating to Haiti.
Can't comment on the fruities.