Yes, infact I have a sample. Coughs, and says well actually I have not tried it on the skin yet. On the spill I sprayed it was quite a powerhouse and very fruity. I look at the sample which I have had since November!!!! Keep saying you should try it and see how it develops on the skin. I am a not a big fruity fan and this was very very fruity on the spill.
OK, I went and put some on. Starts very floral sweet gardenia, jasmine with fruit. Then develops a cough mixture type note which is staying(I actually like the cough mixture vibe). So on me I am getting a warm cough mixture(this is the patchouli which is standing out), with stewed fruit mainly peach and underlaying sweetness. If I put my nose to my wrist and inhale deeply I do get floral notes, but that is the only way.
Honestly this to me is not a chypre, well not a classic what we on Basenotes would consider a chypre. Its a modern fragrance fruity and truth be told not outstanding or different. It is rich and heady, dread to think of spraying this on the skin, light hand for it.
I wouldn't buy it.