Edit: two years later, I’ve retested in the depths of winter and its a bit less sweet. Cool, smooth, strongly scented, leathery jasmine. A hint of sweetness (which references the grape below). I like it best when there is only a trace of scent left. Not bitter or animalic on my skin. I haven’t worn Poison in decades, but there is a resemblance if Poison were put through a diet and exercise program and modernized. . . . Added another lippie though this is not for me.
Sarrasins is Unexpected. I am not a Jasmine or white floral person, but I keep thinking that I could be one if I only found the right one. So I keep trying. This teeters on mothball camphoreous (I don't get urinous from the indoles here; for that effect, it's Caron Narcisse Noire vintage) plus a bit of horse and leather saddle, but thankfully does not plunge over the edge in the opening. If it stayed like this, I would rate it higher. I wouldn't mind a slightly skanky Jasmine in the repertoire.
The problem is that I get Jasmine plus a hint of grape jelly which GROWS into powdery Jasmine with a strong Muscat grape gummi candy smell. I used to adore pale green Muscat grape gummy candies (you can buy them in bags in Asian stores and big city delis), but I am not a gourmand perfume person, and I don't want to smell like any flavor of gummy candy wrapped in Jasmine perfume. Far dry down (several hours later) is mainly Sweetened powdery Jasmine , but by then (I've tried this on my forearm on several separate occasions), I am feeling that I am on the verge of a headache. It's strong and sweet. A dab is sufficient. And it's dark purple color makes me wary of staining clothing.
For a very different uber feminine friendly Jasmine, SL a la Nuit
For a green unsweetened Jasmine, plus leaves and stems and vines, Creed Jasmal
For a cheap vintage Jasmine, DVF Tatiana EdP; I think Sung by Alfred Sung is also a Jasmine. And, vintage Poison I think was both Jasmine and grape. . .
For a Jasmine that is a secondary supporting character: Creed Royal Delight (leather, woods, Jasmine then ambergris); Creed Jasmine Imperatrice Eugenie (woods, woods, woods, then Jasmine, then delicious Creed ambergris base)
I would have to re try Songes as I don't remember it well enough to compare.
And, if you want to just spend, then by Killian Love and Tears does a green, un leathery Jasmine. . . .but I don't recall it as a must have by any means.