Summary: I wished the Tom Ford had for man version of this spray, althogh it's ok to wear this if you let stay on the skin for awhile. Pllease advise if there is for men patchoulie of high quality you can recommand.
Summary: It took a couple days for this perfume to grow on me, but I absolutely love it. It's totally different from any perfume I own and it's not one that every girl will love. White Patchouli is soft, delicate, and stunningly beautiful - smelling better and better as it settles. The scent is seriously a work of art and difficult to describe, but I would say it's a clean, musky floral with the light hint of patchouli & spices. It's classy, refined, but modern.
Summary: I've seen a lot of complaints from reviewers to the effect that Tom Ford WHITE PATCHOULI is conspicuously devoid of patchouli. I have no difficulty detecting patchouli here, but it is definitely mixed up with a lot of other "stuff", some of which I believe to be of the mushroom variety known as truffles.
Summary: Don't be driven off by smelling this fragrance only in the bottle. Smelled it many times this way and thought that it was not pleasant. Strong and pungent. Only when I actually tried this on my skin, did I experience what all the fuss is about. This dries down to something so absolutely gorgeous. Patchouli is strong, but not unbearably so. I give this one less lippie due to sillage, which is very potent when first applied, but does not last all day, at least for me.
Summary: I have an ambivalent relation with patchouli. The truth is that this ingredient smells wonderfully, but, to me, it tends to get overwhelming after a while in some formulas where i find it too cloying/dirty, or screeching or just predictable and uninteresting. This is not the case of Tom Ford´s White Patchouli, a house whose export line redeems the, sometimes dissapointing, always aspirational, Private Blend line.
Summary: Dominated by jasmine, bergamot and patchouli, with a dash of coriander, it feels refreshing to me, like a cool summer salad with an avant-garde twist. I usually avoid white florals that lack vanilla and spice to, well, drown out the white flowers (think Organza), so when I received a mini of White Patchouli as a gift I did not expect to let it stay on my skin all day.