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Tiffany by Tiffany was presented in 1987 in a floral rhythm by Francois Demachy.

Top notes are black currant syrup and Italian mandarin, middle notes are violet leaf, lily of the valley, orange blossom, ylang ylang, iris, jasmine and Damascus rose. The base adds woody accords of sandalwood, vetiver, amber and vanilla.

The bottle was created by Pierre Dinand, the fragrance has won the FiFi award in 1988.

It is available as Eau de Parfum.

Perfume rating: 4.27 out of 5 with 173 votes.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Mandarin Orange Black Currant

Middle Notes
iris Jasmine African Orange flower Ylang-Ylang Lily-of-the-Valley Taif Rose Violet Leaf

Base Notes
Vetiver Sandalwood Amber Vanille

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Tiffany Fragrance Reviews

Sade800
Sade800

This is my second favourite perfume after Fendi.

I feel rich when I wear this as it's very luxurious.

Projection and longevity are exceptional and two squirts will last you all day.

Definitely not an everyday scent - not for me anyway.

Apr
06
2017
fyrewoman
fyrewoman

I have the vintage Tiffany edp which is much richer and rounded than the Coty version. The modern Tiffany i tried and it does not have the changing phases as the vintage, it does not project or last as long either.

Vintage Tifffany's opening can be summmed up as pure gold. It truly makes me thing of luxurious gold jewelry with sparkling diamonds, immense diamonds. Thick 18k diamond necklaces in particular. The middle phase brings out the most beautiful ylang amongst peony and jasmine. Such a beautiful blend of multi colored florals as of yellow, pink and bright white tones. So well blended. Has black currrant that adds sophistication and makes this a great choice for formal night wear. Dries down into a classic jasmine ylang heaven. Lasts well into the next day. Heck, this remained on my skin after a shower the following day. It's timeless.

The modern Cody version is a sad attempt. Not even half of what it was originally. The richness and luxury of it's past self is no longer there.

Spring for a vintage edp. It is of much higher quality, indefinitely.

Apr
05
2017
Andreab969
Andreab969

Now that Coty has Tiffany, how will the quality and price b affected? I'm debating Taking ng it off my "want list."

Dec
29
2016
Mermaid eyes
Mermaid eyes

This scent is LUXE. Very rich and SPARKELY. Sparkles like diamonds. The silage is beastly and will rub of on anything you wear. I must say the EDP is very thick and strong. I much preferred the EDT when it was available. I no longer wear this but it certainly served me well. This scent gives you diamonds when you can't afford any, it sprinkles your bed with $100 bills and instantly gives you a touch of class. Leathery and sparkly, this perfume is diamonds in a champagne flute.

Sep
26
2016
hagertygal
hagertygal

This perfume is still sold at Tiffany as well as on the web site. Retail for a large 3.4 ounce spray bottle is 120 dollars. Why folks are selling it on eBay for twice that is beyond my guess! It is still in production!!!!!

Mar
06
2016
Southern Blonde
Southern Blonde

Tiffany is luxury in a bottle. I love to wear this when I'm in a designer evening gown and I'm performing as a lounge singer. This is classy, delicate but detectable. It's a floral fragrance sweetly perfumed violets, roses, orange blossom ylang-ylang and iris. The base is mostly amber. The vanilla is not big. This doesn't become a gourmand or fruity scent. It stays floral. For whatever reason people associate floral fragrances with older women and fruity or sweet gourmand perfumes with younger women but that's BS to me. A scent has no age or social group. It's just a smell for God's sake. I wear whatever I want when I want and age has nothing to do with it. The thing about this fragrance is that it does smell opulent and luxurious like a Chanel and so you have to wear it when you're all dressed up to go to formal evening affairs. Beautiful, classically feminine, romantic. It's a shame all they have now are miniatures. I want a big bottle of this stuff!!!

Jan
17
2016
MarleneDietrich
MarleneDietrich

Keep in mind you read "Tiffany" on the box, while you should read "Chanel". This is a scent 100% developed and manufactured by Chanel in Paris, then rebranded Tiffany for legal reasons.
Tiffany / Chanel is a really balanced floral done in the way only Chanel could do. It is delicate, classy, rich, opulent, alluring and sensual. It is delicate and strong at the same time. It smells rich and expensive, and you won't have any idea of cheap or synthetic aromachemicals. In fact, it was sold at premium price during its launch.
Whatever your preferences, you will appreciate the composition and the blending of so many exquisite flowers..
The only con is that's not for young ladies. Apart this it deserves two thumbs up.

Jul
28
2015
Planet_X
Planet_X

Fantastic multidimensial Damascus rose, its develops all the time, and entailing you further and further in your subconscious, you follow after it speechless and bewitched. It will make you its own slave time after time of wearing, you will see.

The juice of mandarine and black currant is divine here, - same as in Tiffany Trueste that I admire as well - fruitiness paired with flowerness in a mesmerizing way, that logically people can only manage to succeed in another Universe, producing there nectar like flowers themselves, yet Demanchy did it on this earth and in our time. I would take him out for that)
I beleive he was working at that period of time in collaboration with Jacques Polge, thats why these two fragrances from Tiffany have such a similar vibe.

Its deep, but tender, persistant, but fragile, it is aristocratic, but gripping and thrilling.

In many scents that I do vote "love" there is always something that I would want to improve slightly, not like that with Tiffany. Its superior, beyond perfection.

Jul
03
2015
zimatar
zimatar

Finally got my hands on a 50 ml. vintage bottle of this and it still smells divine! It takes me back when I would just sniff this off of a magazine strip on its ad page. Scored a couple of vials back in highschool and I thought this was something I owed to myself! Yes, there were tears. x

Jul
02
2015
Mellyhelly
Mellyhelly

I used to love this one back in time when I still could smell it somewhere.
I remember it as a beautiful complex warm floral with woody undertones. Very elegant and very true to the term PERFUME.
Compared to this ones many recent perfumes smell like a joke, even when they are pleasant.
It was expensive. I managed to have a few samples many years ago (I don't know how) and found then back after years! It still smells great! I heard it was re-formulated and I wish I could smell the current version out of curiosity, but I don't get any here.
I think that perfumes like this one should be used as model of elegance and feminity. Maybe too classic for some, but classics are so for a reason.

Jan
09
2015
Martaynd
Martaynd

PS My bottle was bought in Tiffany's, in Las Vegas, in the early 2000's. Not sure which formula I have. I see by reading previous reviews it has undergone some reformulation. Mine is very heavy and strong. I don't need to use much at all and it lasts a good 8 hours, if not more. I never smelled it in the 80's so I don't know how it compares, but I'm pleased with the bottle I have. NOTE: I'm also very pleased with my new bottle of Pure Tiffany.

Dec
28
2014
Martaynd
Martaynd

I ENJOY this very much. Funny word to us, "enjoy", because usually I use words like "love", "like", for describing how I feel about fragrance, but that is the word that comes to mind when I think of this one. It is a heavy fragrance, lasting. I've had one bottle for years. A little has gone a long way. For me now, it is a special occasion fragrance. I would not wear this every day. However, the exception is for business. It is a dressier fragrance, not casual. I wear it in the daytime into night, but would not select it as my nighttime fragrance. It is a mature fragrance - not for college GIRLS and younger, but indeed for college WOMEN and older. A fragrance to be worn that commands respect and attention. Not a fragrance with which to flirt. You wear this fragrance when you are "doing something of importance ", not lounging around. I don't know too many women that know about Tiffany's fragrances, so you are likely to stand out in the crowd when you put her on. NOTE: I enjoy mixing and matching fragrances to create a unique fragrance experience and I discovered that Tiffany at my neck and Bvlgari's Omnia Crystalline EDP everywhere else works very well together. Tiffany is versatile in that it's late December now and I feel she is quite appropriate for this time of year and she really wears well in warmer months. Right now she smells very warm and cuddly, but in the summer, she smells very heavy floral.

Dec
28
2014
foxy_princess
foxy_princess

Interesting fact: Amber Rose uses this. Now I want to smell it! :P

Dec
18
2014
brynandoskarsmam
brynandoskarsmam

Oh Tiffany, how I love you......when I was 14, I lived in Newmarket - the horse racing capital of the world. That year Tiffany sponsored the 2000 Guineas and my Dad brought me a miniature of this. At the age of 14, I was a complete perfume virgin so I didn't think much of this as a gift. Then one day I dabbed some on.

Even as a clueless adolescent, I knew this was something special. It is quite strong when first applied but the dry down is beautiful. I'm no good with notes but this is a gorgeous floral. The silage is amazing and the longevity is exceptional.

I've had, and have, perfumes from other jewellers and I honestly think they're not a patch on this beauty. It is difficult to get in the UK and when you can get it, it's expensive. That said, I can't imagine not having a miniature of Tiffany. Masterpiece.

Oct
18
2014
Tigerlillian
Tigerlillian

Tiffany is one of the most charismatic fragrances I have encountered, full of integrity, feminity and charm. It brings to mind Audrey Hepburn's character in the 1953 film Roman Holiday -- a princess raised in luxury and grace, escaping from her rigid schedule to quench her thirst for freedom and adventure.

Tiffany doesn't olfactorily reflect freedom and adventure as we might interpret it today, with contemporary notes that might be categorically citrus aquatic or exotically spicy, taking us to far away places. Instead, the fragrance remains perfectly structured to classic Chanel-like standards with intentional rebelliously playful notes of iris, blackcurrant, and orange.

Iris, rose, and sandalwood feature prominently in cool, powdered composition, but then is contrasted with warm, radiant golden accords of sweet mandarines, time-honored amber, exquisite white flowers and ylang-ylang. The blackcurrant is cold but luminious, without any berry character but with a little tannic undertone and dark green violet leaf that is reminiscent of the fruit's skin.

Tiffany is truly a classic masterpiece that I originally didn't appreciate as much as I do today. Tiffany is evocative of a spirited escape from prototypical fastidiousness while never losing her virtue. So glad to be gifted with a full vintage bottle of this from the man I love!

Jun
29
2014
reborn
reborn

i smell tuberose ,lots of it with carnations.For me Tiffany is between like and love.Something like i like it very very very much.Too bad is so hard to find.It has similarities with Panthere but the Panthere is more sharp ,this one is more creamy .I wish i had a full bottle

Mar
03
2014
stitchywitch
stitchywitch

I wore Tiffany in high school back in the 90s. My Mom had a bottle (for special occasions only) and I begged for a bottle. I adored it - so spicy and floral! It made me feel so grown up. It was probably a little old for me, but alas... I did not want to wear Sunflowers like all of my friends. Sadly, Tiffany has been reformulated and ruined. I bought a bottle, and it was a sad imitation of my beautiful memories. It now smells sour and strange, and slightly musty. I wish this weren't the case, as it was fantastic!

Jan
25
2014
elisarufino
elisarufino

Simplemente, amo esta fragancia...

Dec
07
2013
LolaLoCer
LolaLoCer

My neighbore let me sample hers. I guess she's had it for quite a while because it had a slight sourness to it, but maybe that's my nose. I sprayed it and It's very strong that's for sure. The kind of perfume you only want to dab just ever so slightly on the wrist. I walked outside and i could smell it all around. She was not joking when she said you can smell it in the next room. I don't get any vanilla, only sandalwood, a hint of amber and ylangylang. It's very chique and would be perfect on a crisp day in the Wintertime or during a date time on a spring evening. This by all means is not my type of smell because it's just so incredibly strong and my chemistry brings out the very strong notes and benzoin, and eventually gave me the nastiest headache,but I do have to give it credit for it's expensive and classy feel to it. The name is well deserved! Young country girl trying to make it in the big city and turning heads. If you have a sensitive nose and are seseptible to headachs, I would not reccomend this, but if you like Citrus very floral this is for you!

Sep
06
2013
sweaterfreak
sweaterfreak

Tiffany was my signature scent in my early 20's in college. Looking back, the composition seems a little advanced for such a young girl, but I just knew it smelled good. A very heady and rich floral fragrance that has some serious lasting power. This one really embodies the word "perfume" to me. I have not worn it in years, even decades, but was shocked to be reminded of it when I tried a new blind buy...Bijan VIP.

Yes, to my nose this was so close to Tiffany's scent, and could it be that a $6.55 2.5 oz bottle could duplicate my beloved (but expensive - currently averages about $200 for a 1.7 on ebay) Tiffany? Well I had to research the notes, and here are the similarities:

Both open with Black currant and mandarin

Middle notes share Lily & Jasmine, while Tiffany has several others like violet & Ylang - VIP has Tiare

Base notes share Amber & vanilla, while Tiffany has sandalwood & vetiver - VIP has musk

Overall, they are quite close in composition, and on my chemistry smell almost identical. I share this so others who have loved Tiffany and choose not to spend hundreds on it may have a ridiculously inexpensive alternative that is still a high quality fume. For under $10 it is well worth the gamble.

May
27
2013
Justine Song
Justine Song

one of my favorite, long lasting, heavenly fragrance! very classy. at first i think it is too 'old' for me but as i use it more i am addict to the strong woody feeling. it made me feel secure and confident. something too good to be true!

May
22
2013
evesoho
evesoho

On my first trip to NYC 6 years ago, I went to Tiffany's on 5th Ave. I decided that I wanted to buy something for my mom that I could afford. The saleswoman showed me a box of Tiffany handsoaps that smelled divine, and I bought them. She put them in a large Tiffany bag, and then with a big grin, she mischievously gave me 2 medium-sized Tiffany bags in which she put 4 carded samples each of Tiffany and Tiffany for Men. I was on an upper level, and as I strode back through the entire first floor, carting all my bags, everyone fell over backwards to step out of my way, smile and wish me good day, presuming I had just purchased an arm and a leg. A funny trick in an otherworldly place!

It just so happened that night I was invited to a party and met a handsome, bookish young librarian. He asked if he could accompany me to The Metropolitan Museum I was visiting the next day. So what did I wear? Tiffany of course! It lasted all day, and even when I when I awoke the next morning to take the train back to Toronto, there was a trace of it, reminding me of the kiss he gave me in Central Park at the end of our date, the intelligent conversation I managed to half hold up over Monet's Water Lilies, and the city's buzz so new to me.

I wanted to save my stash for special occasions, and I wore the scent once more to a wedding before they were lost in a big move.

Tiffany's (the store) is like a giant window through which you can view some of the most precious gems and artwork in the world. Tiffany parfum is like a window, too. It's clear, clean, precise and "almost too pretty". I agree with anomie et ivoire, that if you're going to wear a scent that's so, so pretty, you had best be multi-faceted, with a wild streak, otherwise the view - when someone looks at you through your Tiffany window - will fall a little flat.

I'd buy a fb of this in a heartbeat, could I find/afford it. In the meantime, it's almost time to go back and get my mom some more handsoap! ;)

Apr
06
2013
lizaf1
lizaf1

This used to be my signature scent, but they went and changed it and totally ruined it. I want my old Tiffany back!

Jan
13
2013
anomie et ivoire
anomie et ivoire

A scale-weighed, almost too pretty balancing of rich fruits and botanically-correct classic florals, at first Tiffany's proportions are too perfect and near unobtrusive. Then the rich texture of nectar and pollen recall nature's excesses and flirtations. Things are just barely scuffed up with a rare case of black currant not reading as sour cat urine but instead simulating a cleaner and more herbal civet.

The patina is charming but contrived like shabby chic: taif roses in a vase, iris-scented empty powder tins, and herb planters on strategically distressed-mismatched furniture. Reined-in classicism pervades. It's the mood of English country cottages, but the inhabitants have big 80s perms (the kind that actually looked good) and full romantic makeup. An 80s powerhouse gone softer and dreamy. I would wear this to traditional weddings, houses of worship, tea parties, and with more than a little arched brow at Tiffany's matchy-matchy appropriateness, that is if I ever went to places like that. This is probably more for elegant or traditional types who would like jewelry from Tiffany & Co. I'm the wrong audience and don't even like to wear any jewelry. Otherwise, those who play propriety and classicism to contrast with a more modern personality could do Tiffany justice; this could benefit from a slight clash to make things more interesting.

Oct
03
2012
fresie
fresie

Tiffany is a very feminin,opulently fragrance.with a rich bouquet of flowers like rose,jasmin,ylang ylang,orangeblossom.
A typical perfume of the late eighties.

I can well imagine on a brunett very mature feminin women.

Apr
08
2012
frannieq
frannieq

I received a gift set including cologne, bath gel and lotion as a Christmas gift from my late husband. He joked that he wanted me to have something from Tiffany's and couldn't afford the jewelry he wanted...I've treasured the blue Tiffany box as much as the fragrance.

I agree--it is very strong when I first put it on but in a little while it lightens up. Very suitable for the office, but I tend to use it as my special event fragrance.

It is however, the sentimental connection that tugs at my heart and always will.

Mar
18
2012
celygould
celygould

I am not particularly fond of this fragrance. I inherited the bottle from my daughter. I accidentally dropped it and it 'smashed' however, it did not linger even then, as long as I would have liked. I was just not impressed with the fragrance as a whole.

Nov
16
2011
Adrien02
Adrien02

Tiffany has a Chanel-like chicness to it. Refined and timeless. A beautifully done floral that isn't over the top even though Bulgarian rose is in the ranks. Opens similar to Galanos by Galanos but quickly quiets to a rosy/violet dusted softly with woods. I smell the orange softly now and again, if I try hard. Even though vanilla is the only spice listed it still appears to have a slightly oriental spicy note. If not lathered on it can be a nice, daily office scent. Silliage: I applied around 6:30a.m. It is now 11:13am and it has calmed way down. I have to put nose to hand to detect but it was applied lightly in the first place. Can be worn day or night. It's just that versatile. Who doesn't want to be refined and timeless sometimes?

Oct
21
2011
Ayesha Gowhar
Ayesha Gowhar

i used to drown my self in this fragrance , very seductive . i luv it .

Oct
20
2011
Indigomama
Indigomama

From the very first sniff Tiffany EDP smelled to me like a cross between Chanel Allure and Coco (the grown up black lable EDP, not Mademoiselle). It still does ;) it's a decent perfume, however much less sparkling than Allure and by far less grand than Coco. Therefore I can hardly imagine Tiffany worn everyday like Allure and with floor-hitting velvet dress, like Coco. I wanted it and was happy to win on eBay at a bargain price but finally use it quite not so often. Really, I do not attend that much daytime formal functions where it could have been appropriate. Sillage is good, the perfume itself is quite pleasing and may be easily enjoyed by mature wearers

Sep
20
2011
aqua76239
aqua76239

I first started wearing this scent when i was 23. I smelled it on my friend and asked her what it was. Mind you, she used to bathe in it which is definately not a good idea because i could smell her from several feet away. When used lightly, this is rich spicy floral that is very elegant and classy. There is light mandarin note in the opening but its very fleeing-to me, this scent is dominated by orange blossom and rose. Thanks to vetyver, there is spicy warm drydown that has a bit of masculine feel to it but yet its a very feminine fragrance. Its rather potent so one or two sprays will last for several hours easy.
I just purchased a bottle again and unfortunately, i had to get it at the Tiffany store because noone carries it anymore. Smelling it brings back happy memories for me:)
I would put this scent in the same category as Beautiful, Vera Wang, Rare Gold, or new Lady Million. Mind you, i think that Tiffany is more spicy and full bodied that all of the fragrances that i listed, with superior lasting power. If you want a truly memorable scent-try Tiffany

Sep
02
2011
amarettoescobar
amarettoescobar

Love this. I wore it on my wedding day. Smells delicious, the dry down is a warm rose and jasmine with just the tiniest hint of vanilla.

Jun
05
2011
AjaBlue
AjaBlue

I brought a mini of this to Paris my first time there in the mid 90's. I will forever associate my favorite city, my home away from home...with the scent of Tiffany. To me, it is such a classy, elegant, floral...but with an underlying hint of mischief. Funny, I finally found an American fragrance I liked...and that I discovered it while in Paris! Love irony.

Apr
03
2011
scardenas
scardenas

I love this fragrance! Very elegant and very long lasting on me. I still think it is very overpowering when you first spray, but after an hour- it just smells so nice.
I also feel that BEAUTIFUL by Estee Lauder does the same on my skin....very powerful at first.
Love both fragrances

Jan
31
2011
hills by the sea
hills by the sea

For some reason, I could not like this. I had a full bottle and would spritz a teeny bit every now and then but always felt it was too strong and flowery for me. So I gave it away to a friend and feel happy to have it out of my collection!

Jan
15
2011
arg1971
arg1971

My mother had a bottle of this perfume and it smells really nice very well balanced sophisticated scent.

Oct
07
2010
MsMaryO
MsMaryO

A very classic floral scent. Reminds me of sniffing the bottles on my mother's dresser as a child.

It's a heavy floral, not light or white at all. Has a nice woody base. Has good staying power and lasts all day. I wear it, but only occasionally. I've had a sample for 2 years and it is still almost full.

Not my favorite, but still beautiful and classic.

Apr
24
2010
tessture
tessture

A very plummy, fruity orange blossom scent with a definite 80s feeling. It's only vaguely oriental for all it's oriental notes, but is mostly an elegant fruited floral, without being silly or girlish. Complex and layered, it's elegant without being snobbish, and strong without being loud or obtrusive. A nice scent, but particularly for evening. This wouldn't make an office scent, I think.

Dec
15
2009
mypersonalharmonics
mypersonalharmonics

Tiffany is a classy perfume indeed.Still it has a benzoic feel that I don't like.It gives me a headache like there were aldehydes included,but wrongly used.
Maybe the ylang-ylang is too overpowering and guilty for the crime above.
Lovely bottle and turquise packaging though.

Jun
09
2009
Σελήνη
Σελήνη

Tiffany is a great feminine,floral fragrance.I get a sample from a wonderful fragrantica member and i really like this scent.
When you take the first sniff you smell a beautiful freshness of the fruit's(i smelled my wrist and at the same time i want to put a watermelon chapstick on my lips and the smell of both was awsome,i think with a watermelon note this scent would be perfect!)
After some minutes you smell these flower power it's so clean, soft,sensual and powdery you also smell the base notes it's a bit woody but this is more then right and a touch of vanilla and amber which make it warm and light sweet.Tiffany is similar to Serge Lutens-Nuit de Cellophane both have one strong flower note when i smell it all the time it reminds me a bit at kiwi.
It's good for the daytime but also good for the nighttime,a perfect scent for the spring and fall time,in the summertime it's also not false.You can wear it everyday but also on special day's.

May
03
2009

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