Today I wore Le Labo Bergamote 22.
For the longest time, I couldn't quite wrap my head around this. I guess I wanted to smell bergamot and when I didn't, I got confused. This morning, it felt crystal clear - it's vetiver. The astringent, bright vetiver of Guerlain's or Malle's. It's paired with a sweet citrus mix, which probably includes bergamot, but seems primarily like a sweet, slightly artificial citrus fruit punch.
A while back, I went to a local essential oil store to sniff the oils and I was struck that a few of the more obscure resins (like styrax) actually mostly smelled sweet and fruity, not like the woody ambery resins I expected. This kind of sweet fruity resin smell makes up the base of Bergamote 22, giving a sense of follow-through from the sweet citrus in the topnotes.
Almost no one ever mentions Bergamote 22 here (unless it's to complain about the lack of bergamot - which is true), but I'd suggest it as a good scent to sample if you're into citrusy vetivers.