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Tubereuse Rosee Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger for women

Tubereuse Rosee Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger for women
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Tubereuse Rosee by Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger is a Floral fragrance for women. Tubereuse Rosee was launched in 2013. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean-Claude Gigodot. Top notes are tuberose and rose; middle notes are ylang-ylang and spicy notes; base notes are sandalwood and musk.

Perfume rating: 3.95 out of 5 with 22 votes.

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Tuberose Rose

Middle Notes
Ylang-Ylang Spicy Notes

Base Notes
Sandalwood Musk

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Tubereuse Rosee Fragrance Reviews


This one does what it says on the tin. Tuberose and rose in what I find to be almost equal measure, backed up by a base of ylang-ylang, sandalwood and musk. I think that the ylang-ylang in particular takes me back to the early 90's scent-wise, it was a ubiquitous fragrance component during that era, particularly in combination with sandalwood. Soft, sensual, silky. Very enjoyable, this. 2013? I would never have guessed. Recommended, but the bottle does not suit the style of this fragrance at all!


I read reviews about Tubereuse Rosee and bought it blind. I know it is not wise. But the reviews said tuberose and rose. How bad that can be? But...a disappointment...on my skin the scent is not tuberose and rose but clean musk. Musk overpowers every other note. Tuberose is there but faint. Rose is even fainter. The smell is clean lightly floral musk. Reminds me of the smell of the swimming suit after getting off the pool...clean, a bit of chlorine. This effect has to be brought up by my skin. The first time I tried the scent it changed after some time gaining some warmth (sandalwood?) and faint vanilla scent. The second time I did not notice that so clearly. Well, I will give this perfume to my mom and hope her skin will bring up the flowers as in the reviews. Before giving this perfume away I think I will give it one more chance after summer...I will return to this review then.


natural musk good quality but its too much animalic for women not a white floral fragrance heavy floral musky...


I was about to give up hope of liking anything from this line until I tried this beauty. This is one of the freshest, most realistic "live flower" tuberose scents I have ever smelled. It smells fresh and soft, almost a bit citrusy, but I think those notes come from the ylang, which is gorgeous with the tuberose. The spices, wood and rose reveal themselves softly and slowly after an hour or so on skin. The musk and amber keep the scent reasonably strong with moderate sillage. The sandalwood is really lovely, not too strong, a perfect balance for the tuberose. The tuberose is the soprano and the sandalwood the bass voice. Together with the other notes they perform in perfect harmony, a concerto with tuberose as the star. This is FB worthy in my opinion. I must add, that every time I wear this, I fall in love with it all over again. To my nose, it's what Fracas could be if it were more natural and fresher smelling.


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