There is so much buzz going on about Atelier Cologne! I appreciate the uniqueness, structure, and puritanism of the scents, but I can see a lot of them more as candles or room sprays rather than fine perfume. Additionally and unfortunately for me, many masculine notes in a fragrance amplify on my skin. This does make them genderless and work-appropriate, but personally, I enjoy more the decidedly feminine compositions.
Orange Sanguine is one of those unisex scents that turns too masculine on me for my liking. In the vial (sample), it smells strongly of orange, and the sandalwood underneath transforms into an interesting tea note. On my skin, however, it is linearly a bitter orange scent. No jasmine or geranium to contribute to the lady side of the unisex formula.
Orange Sanguine smells promising and nuanced in the bottle, but on me it turned into the bitter juice of orange peels, concentrated. Perhaps some of the other Atelier Colognes will be more suitable for my chemistry.