Une Fleur de Chanel. This is a fragrance that Chanel released in 1998 and discontinued about a year later. I hadn't even heard of it until recently, but when I did, I got really excited about it and blind bought a bottle for a fairly large sum of money. It's a sharp green floral, focusing mainly on jasmine. The sharpness recedes over time to reveal a creamy, warm jasmine that's not very indolic at all. (There are other flowers in the mix too, but I can't pick them out.)
My first impression was that it was okay, but nothing spectacular. But then I returned to my office after having been away for 10 minutes or so and the office smelled wonderful. I think the less pleasant aspects of the fragrance are more prominent when I put my nose close to my arm, which I shouldn't do anyway.