Eau de Parfum
By Le Galion
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 production was important to him as a perfumer, to maintain both quality and his own mental and creative agility.
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.
Top notes of Mandarin, Galbanum, Pink Berries and Pear
Heart notes of Orange Blossom, Rose, Tuberose, Raspberry
Base notes of Cedarwood, Amber and Musk
Scent Type Floral
Perfumer Paul Vacher/ Thomas Fontaine
Year (1937) 2014