By hour two the tuberose is the star and it's wonderfully spicy with coriander and incense and every so often the cinnamon stands out.
At hour four it is softening and heliotrope is standing out making it a soft floral with vanilla and sandalwood undertones This makes me want to try other spicy tuberose blends.
I am also sure it was as mind-blowingly stunning as reviewers have made it out to be.
This formulation (or the one I have, at any rate) is still glorious, though.
It's incredibly strong in the beginning, but then, three hours later, there are just some faint traces left of it. Review from a sample I have(I don't know if it's the vintage or a reformulated one) This is one of the most complex fragrances I have ever smelled. There is a point about an hour in where it is full of spicy chrysanthemum.
After that the tuberose everyone's talking about finally stands out.
Top notes include coriander, wildberries, orange honey, tuberose are at perfume’s heart, while base note features opopanar.
Recently I have received so many e-mails from men who have discovered that their wives or partners are Sex Addicts.
I am in the process of putting together a similar place for men.
This is not meant to be sexist or to in any way diminish a man’s or a woman’s experiences.
I have just found over the years that discussing such personal emotions and feelings is often hampered by a mixed audience.
Feel free to leave your comments, ideas or suggestions.