Fall Flowers fragrance notes

    • gardenia, tuberose

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An oddity, which is hard to explain. First of all, the notes given are tuberose and gardenia, the last of which is created in the laboratory due to the impossibility of extracting the scent from the flower itself.

Second, neither tuberose nor gardenia are fall flowers. One would expect a dry chrysanthemum or aster chypre with this name.

Third, why yet another tuberose perfume? Are there not enough out there?

All this aside and taken on its own merit, Fall Flowers is a decent take on tuberose, tempering its unctuousness with a dry green effect that brings it down many notches from screeching to warm and wearable.

Decent, but the raison d'etre still eludes me.

12th January 2018