I couldn't agree more. Here is my review from last year:
"This one really has me stumped. When I smelt this on paper it was rather pleasant, but regrettably on my skin it’s a whole other story! On the one hand it sometimes smells like fresh fruit and clean linen. On the other hand, all I can smell is a cheap (almost nasty) fabric softener/disinfectant smell.
When it does smell good, this is in similar vein to the fruity saltiness of Givenchy Insense Ultramarine; although not nearly in the same league as that classic. Unfortunately, this one doesn’t smell good very often.
There is definitely something nasty lurking under the surface of this. Most of the time all I can detect is a cheap, chemical, clean sort of smell. The sort of smell you get from household cleaners or air fresheners. This nasty note has an astringent quality to it that sort of reminds me of a disinfectant or even methylated spirits. It’s actually so bad that in fact as I sit here (at work) I’m wondering if I should go home, shower and apply Givenchy Insense Ultramarine!
Believe it or not this sells in stores here in Australia for a considerable $60 or more for 100ml. I’m just glad that I got mine a lot cheaper from overseas. I think I’ll put it in my bathroom to use as an expensive toilet deodoriser."