Tuberose Angelica 
Jo Malone London (2014)

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Tuberose Angelica by Jo Malone London

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Jo Malone London
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Tuberose Angelica is a women's perfume launched in 2014 by Jo Malone London

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There are 6 reviews of Tuberose Angelica by Jo Malone London.

So-so. Could hardly smell it on the paper strip but did better on my skin. Not great but not bad either. It was an impulse buy to get the Intense Cologne Collection travel gift box set without trying them all out.

This starts out with a tuberose, and this really the main thrust of this creation. Quite a bright tuberose, neither thick or heavy but with a touch of levity and trim. At here is a restrainedly indolic undertone with just a light waxiness.

The angelica it weak in me and somewhat on the perfunctory side, as is the amber that appear just before the end.

I get moderate sillage, good projection and seven hours of longevity on my skin.

This is a nice tuberose for warmer spring days, unusually light-hearted and bright, but the rest is a disappointment. 2.75/5.

I tried the rich extract version of this at an airport. It's a soft tuberose, which is something usually difficult to achieve. Well done, but still tuberose.

For having the heaviness of Amber and Tuberose, I find this a very effervescent fragrance. It opens up bright and cheerful and immediately settles down into a very warm white floral beauty. I love how it is balanced very much between heavy and soft, fresh and honeyed.

Very simple, not to complex, yet very pretty. Sophisticated, but also very easy to wear.

Great projection and longevity as well.

Intense tuberose, non-descript angelica with a bit of orange added.

A true rip-off, cheap smelling and cheaply constructed.

A waste of one's olfactory inhalation abilities.

Tuberose Angelica starts off with orange blossom, which quickly makes way for the tuberose. They mix together pleasantly, creating a bit of a Giorgio Beverly Hills vibe, though Tuberose Algelica has a modern undercarriage of fabric softener and aquatic salt instead of Giorgio's infamous chalky baby aspirin.

In all, it's fuzzy and comforting and nice without being exceptionally interesting. Perfect for a lady for work or a quick Sunday jaunt through Nordstrom.

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