Tubéreuse Vertigineuse fragrance notes

  • Head

    • peach skin, coconut flower
  • Heart

    • tuberose, jasmine, rose petals
  • Base

    • amber dry wood, cedarwood, sandalwood, white musk

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First off, this smells quite posh and opulent. One of the smoothest tuberose scents I have had the pleasure of trying. And the way it's blended with jasmine, coconut and sandalwood... So erotic, so sexy.

There is nothing to dislike here - it's such an amiable tuberose. This is actually a nice, very simple yet very sophisticated tuberose centred fragrance. Not headache inducing and neither a total wimp. At the beginning it's easy to put Tubéreuse Vertigineuse down as a simple, linear perfume: tuberose is powerful and tends to overwhelm everything else. However there's so much more going on here.

I feel it needs a certain level of confidence and self awareness to pull off. It's one of those fragrance that would easily "wear" the wrong personality. No offence meant with this statement by the way. Just saying it's got quite a strong character and would best suit someone that measures closely if not an equal.
21st November 2023
Fizzy, boozy fruit opening. Tuberose immediately jumps in. This perfume is intense, with only two little sprays. It's dirty as h*ll, from the florals. The coconut vibe bubbles up, like champagne bubbles rise and fall.

At times I am reminded of powdered, laundry detergent. Not a bad thing - it's just noticeable. At times it also seems damp. The tuberose and jasmine remain dirty for quite some time but, tuberose is the star here absolutely.

Later, this reminds me of Suntanglam by SP Parfums in some ways... The heart softens a bit. The base mixes in. Less indole - becomes more beautiful, refined. Resinous and balsamic woods, married with the flowers make this concoction special. Little pops of soft musk move in. This, is one of the more unusual tuberose perfumes I've tried. The coconut lingers and wanders in and out all through wearing this.

Long-lasting. Tuberose continues on...
21st January 2020