Christophe Laudamiel had a dream of a tubereuse that smells like the fresh dewy blossoms that everyone loves, on a bright spring morning.
TUBEREUSE ORGANIQUE recreates just that. It is not old, it is not tuberosy, it does not smell artificial.
You can feel the organic and fresh character of the blossom on its majestic stem. Your nose caresses the softness and greenness of the petals, in Hawaii, in India or at the flower market at 6am in Sydney.
How did he manage to get it so vegetal and organic? With Lavandin Organic-certified LMR and a dash of real Organic-certified Tequila. The tubereuse plant is of the same family as the agave plant, and those quenching tequila notes fit perfectly for a je-ne-sais-quoi so shiny and exhilarating. Of course he had to taste a few Tequilas for that. This one is from 123 Organic Tequila producer Mr. David Ravandi
This fragrance evokes the reality of being in a tubereuse field, yet is itself a tubereuse fantasy since it does not contain any natural tubereuse extract. Add tubereuse absolute to a true-to-life fresh tubereuse accord, and you ruin the delicacy and natural element of it. Tubereuse absolute is too dark, earthy, stuffy for that. They added Jasmine absolute Egypt as a little extra secret to keep those soft dewy petal going. Much better.
Tequila, Egyptian jasmine absolute, lavandin, ambrette seed, angelica seed, tagete, patchouli, vetiver, oakmoss
Christophe Laudamiel and Ugo Charron
alcohol denat. 40B, fragrance, organic Tequila, water/aqua, linalool, hexyl cinnamal, hydroxycitronellal, citronellol, iso-eugenol, evernia prunasti (oakmoss) extract, geraniol, benzyl benzoate, limonene, eugenol, vetiver certified For Life, benzyl alcohol, lavandin certified organic, patchouli certified For Life, farnesol, jasmin grandiflorum, hibiscus moschatus, angelica seeds, tagete