7 years ago
I've got to agree with Sleuth that (from what I've tried) the performance isn't great. That being said, I've only tried Feuilles de Tabac and La Fumee. Going from memory……
Feuilles de Tabac: Dried tobacco leaves; old school; smells like something from Aramis though without the animalic/civet edge; pleasant enough, but dated and in my opinion not memorable.
La Fumee: To my nose, this is a watered down incense frag, though there is more going on than just incense; there's something in it that strikes me as herbal, non-sweet orange, which actually gave me a bit of a headache the one time I wore it. As I prefer things that are edgier and/or more contemporary (unless, that is, the ingredients and notes are so rich and opulent, e.g. Bogue's Maai), I would rather reach for something by Comme des Garçons.
From the above two scents, I would say that Miller Harris conveys an old world aesthetic that utilises watered down masculine notes. For what it's worth, I guess.