Regular price $40.00

Design Notes: Created as an olfactive accompaniment to Gregory Alan Isakov's album The Weatherman (2013)

Fragrance Notes: Sweet Blonde Tobacco, Tuberose, Pink Pepper, Tonka Bean, Dry White Cedar, Leather, Ambergris, Musk

  • Traditional Classification (?): Masculine
  • Concentration: Eau de Parfum (?)
  • Available in 15ML and 2ML 
  • Made in USA

Tubéreuse Tabac is one of the brighter tuberose perfumes I've smelled, with a particularly light touch incorporating a sharp but gentle tobacco. The base is a velvety textured combination of musk, tonka and cedar, which give it the textural sensation of a flower's inner blossom - slightly peach-fuzz skinned, but emitting a kind of nocturnal spice. Tuberose maintains that touch of intoxication that signifies its use whenever it appears in perfume, but here it has a lightness that feels like tree blossoms - imagine tuberose as a cherry blossom, and this would encapsulate the sensation. The profile of Tubéreuse Tabac is quite sweet and light (leaning more to a feminine use,) this would work as a unisex perfume as well, particularly as it dries down to something more akin to rustling leaves and pepper. (Fragrantica)