Le Galion launched Tubéreuse, this most narcotic of flowers in 1937.
A creation inspired from an old formula in tribute to Paul Vacher's personal taste for single flower fragrances.
The Tuberose flower exudes its scent anew in this ultra- feminine fragrance; sensual and melodious. A voluptuous and intoxicating fragrance. Tubéreuse has a sparkling start, opening with green galbanum and mandarin. The spices grow and are then followed by crisp fruit, raspberry and pear. Finally cedar and amber resonate on a background of musk and cyprus.
Perfume family: floral
Top notes: mandarin, galbanum, pink pepper, pear
Heart notes: tuberose, rose, orange blossom, raspberry
Base notes: cedarwood, amber, musk