Well, I wore what was marked as Eau de Froehliche, but I'm pretty sure it was really 7-July. It starts with a very realistic grapefruit note, mixed with herbs (could not tell what kind). Then fig and woods join. Stays this way, grapefruit, woods, fig, herbs, at moderate projection, for a couple of hours. After grapefruit wears off, its basically a wood-fig combo projecting lightly.
I didn't get much vetiver, nor did I pick up any jasmine. Always possible I would have found them if looking for them, of course. But I did not know what scent I was wearing, so brought no preconceptions to the test.
Its a nice scent, which I would recommend to a grapefruit fan. Daytime wear, warm weather. Office OK.
Addendum: 14 hours after application, I am still getting mild projection of fig leaf. Once again, as with steampunk, projection is low but longevity is good. Fig fans should try July.