Summary: This is indeed a dark, midnight-reminiscent type of perfume. It seems to pull the inner shadows out of your subconscious mind. You can just picture yourself reveling in all of your hidden agendas! I wasn't able to make it through the larger bottle that I bought, as it became too dark for me after a while; but you should be able to buy and thoroughly enjoy a smaller bottle and finish it up.
Summary: It's me again. I Just wanted to say that this one popped up a lot in a thread of "femenine fragrances with a masculine twist" therefore I guess most People are not fond of this kinds of heavy patchouli perfumes. I don't care, I love it. I'll favor this kind of dirty woody raw patchouli instead of any "sanitized patchouli" (a la miss dior cherie, coco mademoiselle Chanel chance which is sweet but rather pungent and bothers my nose, so overprocessed it always makes me...
Summary: Found this in an older Dior coffret, circa 2006. I have been enjoying Hypnotic Poison quite a bit so I thought I'd try Midnight Poison as well. MP opens with plenty of sexy patchouli and bergamot. It is rather woody but mellow. A red rose starts to blossom in the middle, but it stays cloaked in patchouli rendering it very seductive. Some amber comes through and the scent becomes more powdery. I do get some subtle vanilla but not any citrus to speak of.
Summary: the word "masculine" has been used 59 times in the below reviews. I tried Midnight Poison yesterday, before reading them, and I will add a 60th "masculine" to the 59 already there...to me it is extremely sharp and cold and gloomy. it is a depressing scent, it smells of medicine, and this to me is not sexy at all. I would love to smell it on my husband to see if it works better with his chemistry, but me I just cannot wear MP.
Summary: I love it as I'll always love Elle by YSL. This is more of a mix between Elle and Dior Addict, borrowing vanilla and bergamot from the same perfume house and patchouli and rose from monsieur Cresp. Today I bought my own bottle of Midnight Poison... To my surprise it was the original version, being that I only knew the reformulated one I notice there is a smoky accord that makes the vanilla note smell deeper. I'm thrilled, I'll have to use it sparingly.
Summary: I have been using this Parfum for years and I was very upset when it was unavailable. I searched and was hoping until I finally got some results through Amazon . The scent of Midnight Poison is a wonderful creation . It has the mystic of longing and adventure with a lasting and ever new haunting secretly enveloping scent . It is not overpowering or offensive . I am extremely glad I was able to find some vendors with still have some in stock.
Summary: Midnight poison is the second I love the most in Poison line. My one and only is Pure Poison, but Midnight is also my darling. Whenever I wear it I feel like I'm a sexy witch or a daring fairy who has walked uninvited into a king's palace in the middle of the night. There's a big dance ball going on, but when I walk through the door everybody gets enchanted by the magic of Midnight poison. Patchouli and rose in this one really do create sexy magic together.
Summary: Midnight Poison is wonderful, no doubt about that. So many noses can not be wrong! But even for a man like me, who find many female labeled perfumes much more interesting than those pour homme, this is a biiiit to feminine. It resembles Chanel Coco and Coco Noir rather much, I think, but the two Coco's are more deep and dark, and (therefore) more my taste.