patchouli can never go wrong, nor can Oriza :)
I'm definitely biased when it comes to patchouli, I can't think of a perfume that I would dislike if a big part of it is dominated by patchouli. This is a lovely honeyed patchouli, sweeter and with more character than Coromandel, not as loud or brash as Angel, more refined than my beloved C'est la Fete Patchouli. On me, it's an earthy patchouli and a generous dollop of honey, with a hint of pipe tobacco and black leather. Patchouli haters definitely need to give this one a miss. I agree with sweetnspicey, this isn't masculine, it's very comfortably unisex, leaning a little feminine even. The bonus surprise is that the sillage on this is good, whereas the others I've tried from this house have been a little disappointing. The longevity is wonderful, it's been a full 24 hours and I still smell this on my jacket as strongly as when I first applied it. It must be the magic of patchouli under the wizardry of Oriza L. Legrand. I definitely recommend this.