Summary: I got a lush jasmine that thinned unacceptably as it dried down and developed that dreaded indole/mothball note. Jasmine has been done a whole lot better than this. It was linear and plain on my skin with that unfortunate mothball scent. Good thing for Lutens that other people got better results.
Summary: This is one fragrance that really must depend on body chemistry. I was amazed to hear it described as "light" and "true jasmine" For me it was voluptuous and slightly skanky. A night in a tropical forest with heady flowers and rotting vegetation in the darkness. Not for everyday wear at all. this is what James Bond babes wear when they meet up with him on a midnight tryst. She might even be the bad one that comes for him with a knife.
Summary: Ah, I am in the minority, again, here. I am sincerely wondering if perhaps I got a batch of skunky juice in the decant I purchased. I LOVE the smell of jasmine, and can wear it quite well when it is well-blended in a scent. I can honestly say I have tried this more than enough times, only applying mere drops of it to my skin, and it bowls me over each time -- only not in a good way. In fact, I tried it again last week..
Summary: Ugh, yuck. I don't know why I bother. I like it growing on the bush but this makes my eyes itch. You'd think I'd stay away from these white white florals. I imagined there was going to be some night lurking in it. It is the painful choking overwhelming jasmine, at least the cheap oils couldn't possibly be this strong. This stuff spreads, I wash it off and its still stuck in my nose.