I am fairly late coming to the latest from Parfum d'Empire. However, courtesy of Cymbaline, I have been trying a sample of this on and off for a few weeks. The reviews have been very positive in general and I must say, it is a very nice fragrance. I especially like the top and middle notes, when the orange is oily, fragrant and suffused with a salty spiciness that is quite beautiful.
As it dries down, it becomes fairly sedate, but is still a lovely light woody-citrus.
Azemour has been described as a Chypre. I can sort of see that, but to me it smells more citrus-woody, but I'm no expert.
It's quite difficult to compare it to anything else, but if I were to try (which I am) it strikes me as being rather in the spirit of Annick Goutal's Eau de Sud, without aping it by any means. I can see myself reaching for this sample later in spring and summer, when I think it will really hit the sweet spot, but it still smells great in cooler weather.