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So I knew what I was doing in springing for a bottle of this right away because as I guessed, it is in the same vein as Unisexy and I'm in love. Don't get scared off by the pine and spruce and cedar (and believe me, cedar is one of my scariest notes), because they aren't the strong and manly type. They're actaully very subued and it's more of the teak and sandalwood that I get, and these are soft enough to really allow the vanillas and musky amber to shine through with a hint of patchouli. The vanilla notes here are amazing--they put the whole scent just on the edge of gourmand though not exactly foody, but still with that certain deliciousness that you find in Unisexy and Bayou Musk, two of my all-time favorite LPs. As it keeps drying down everything just melds together into one smooth sensual blend. I haven't had the chance to test-drive Perfect Match yet, but as for the scent I love it, love it, love it.