Le Galion launched Tubereuse, the most narcotic flower, in 1937. Inspired by an old Vacher formula, this redux is a tribute to the master’s personal taste for soliflores. To Vacher, single flower fragrances posed a challenge that epitomized what was most important in the construction of fragrance: dedication to quality and creative agility. Tubereuse exudes its melodious, sensual signature in a voluptuous, intoxicating fashion. Ultra-feminine, Tubereuse initially displays a vivid, sparkling aspect of its star flower’s personality: green galbanum and mandarin mimic the indomitably fresh, almost -juicy ripeness of tuberose at first bloom. Pink berry and pear subtly depeen this composition, adding a dulcet, earthy tang to Tubereuse. A sense of spice (and mouthwatering anticipation) grows when tuberose, rose and orange blossom emerge as the heart of this fragrance. Delicately bittersweet, deviously indolic and deliciously piquant, these three flowers engineer a swoon-worthy profile that is complemented and controlled by the refreshing, lip-smacking tartness of raspberry. Cedar and amber are dusky, resonant shapes that build a sense of mystery, while musk quietly synthesizes the vivacious energies contained herein. Tubéreuse is a remarkably, balanced, beautiful and bodacious rendering of this eternally popular bloom. Make every day romantic and gay with gorgeous gal, Tubereuse.