This sounds interesting (from men.style.com):
...created by Dominique Ropion, a perfumer who has worked for YSL and Burberry, among others. The stuff smelled of clove and anise, followed by a mint finish. The mint contributes to Géranium's fresh and elegant, but not overpowering, smell. ("Transparency that lasts," as Malle calls it.) Look for it this June...
Here's the link: http://men.style.com/news/blog
Here's the parent thread runstile: