I bought this one two years ago, from a trusted source, in a perfume shopping spree, along with other ten niche perfumes. I didn’t know the house at that time, so it was a nice surprise.
As the name says, it is a strong tuberose scented aroma, flowery-sweet, delicate and perfect for a summer day.
It is not special in the way “i have never smelled anything like this before”, but it is a very good interpretation of tuberose. For me, most of perfumes with tuberose smell like chemistry, but this one doesn’t.
Although the top notes are spicy fresh, composed by bergamot, cardamom, lavender and galbanum, you can feel the tuberosa and jasmin sambac in the middle notes from the first spray. Those two remain on the skin, even after a few hours, becoming lighter and powdery from the musk, cedar and vetiver base notes.
The perfume has that sweet intoxicating and pleasing aroma of tuberose, and it is perfect for every-day wear. If you don’t like or you are allergic to tuberose and jasmin smell, you might not like it, but if you look for the perfect tuberose in a bottle, that Tubereuse Absolue from Perris is the best choice.