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Tuberose Scent Trend

tuberoseThere is a new star ingredient that is popping up in most of the blockbuster fragrance launches for Autumn. And it isn’t the expected Bulgarian Rose, iris or even jasmine sambac. It’s a tiny white flower that grows in elongated spikes and blooms at night. Tuberose, a plant native to Mexico, is suddenly in every perfumer’s palette. You’ll see it featured in Chanel’s upcoming Gabrielle, Gucci’s Bloom and Ralph Lauren’s new Woman scent.

tuberoseTuberose, also known as Polianthes tuberosa, emits a heavy, sweet scent and not surprisingly has a long history in the world of perfumery. It has been grown and harvested in the South of France for centuries. It’s interesting to note that tuberose does not bear any relation to the rose. It’s name comes from the fact that the plant’s slender stem grows a tube resembling a rootstock. White and creamy-pink flowers, each with six sword-shaped petals, bloom in the evening.

tuberoseThe flower has been used predominantly in many different religious ceremonies over the centuries. It is customary for the bride to wear a Tuberose wreath in traditional Hawaiian weddings. They are also used in many Indian weddings.

“Perfumery trends work in cycles,” explains Roman Poquet, Senior Fragrance Development Manager at Firmenich in New York City. “Perfumers will be inspired to experiment with a certain floral note and this creates a trend. We’re currently still in a rose scent trend. I think it is because perfumers have found new ways of making the note modern and edgy. There are some roses that have an almost fruity or spicy character.” We now seeing the beginning of the tuberose trend.

Here are some current fragrances that use tuberose particularly well.

ralph lauren womanRalph Lauren Woman

maison margiela replica flower marketMaison Margiela Replica Flower Market

gucci flora gorgeous tuberoseGucci Flora Gracious Tuberose

ferragamo signorina misteriosaFerragamo Signornia Misteriosa

tuberoseThese fragrances are available in Canada at Hudson’s Bay stores and thebay.com


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    August 6, 2017 at 8:57 pm

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    Cynthia m Sacks
    August 3, 2017 at 10:54 am

    Absolutely one of my favorite flowers. Thanks for interesting article! Can’t wait to try some of the perfumes you mentioned. @cindy_sacks

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    Rebecca Stanchfield Meeks
    August 2, 2017 at 7:24 pm

    Lovely article on the tuberose. Such a pretty flower and can only imagine how it must smell. Looking forward to stopping by the perfume counter next shopping trip. Hopefully they have one of these wonderful perfumes available. Thanks Dave!

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    Pamela Haddad
    August 2, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    Thank you for the explanation. I steer clear of “floral” scents, but this one, if spicy, sounds delicious! I learn so much from your newsletters. Thank you.

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    September Dee
    August 2, 2017 at 1:25 pm

    Ooooooooohhhh such a nice note!!! Gucci Flora is fab!!!!

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    Jennifer Corrigan
    August 2, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    sounds lovely!!!

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    Jamie Johnson
    August 2, 2017 at 11:07 am

    I love it! Finally, a rose by any other name DOES smell different than a rose that is NOT a rose and blooms at NIGHT! Incredible! These “edgy, almost fruity, spicy character” notes sound like a symphony of sexy, modern appeal! I would definitely try any and ALL of these scents, but I think I’ll stick within my budget and go with Woman from Ralph Lauren. Romance is still one of my favorite scents of all time! So, I bet Woman spells fantastic! I won’t lie though, I would LOVE to try the Ferragamo Signornia Misteriosa. Reminds me of my my mother.

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    Danielle Perrault
    August 2, 2017 at 10:39 am

    @ Danielleperrau4 Gracious Tuberose me like. Several years I had in my living room a small shrub of jasmine in the autumn I returned of the balcon they were at that time still in flower! The house was fragrant with that magnificent odor! Nice to lear more with you Dave

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    Susie Sladkus
    August 2, 2017 at 10:17 am

    Great article! Very informative. I look forward to trying some new scents this Fall and Winter. I will be looking for your perfume suggestions. Tuberose here I come! Love you Dave. You rock ‘@SSladkus

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    Emily Mitton
    August 2, 2017 at 10:08 am

    Love this trend!!

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    denise
    August 2, 2017 at 9:59 am

    I do love tuberose

    @momof3boysj

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    Hazel
    August 2, 2017 at 8:56 am

    I have not tried any of them yet. But I like the Ferragamo Signornia Misteriosa bottle. It’s pretty.

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    Denise
    August 2, 2017 at 8:37 am

    If I have been introduced too this scent I’m not recalling it. I’m always willing to try new scents because perfume makes me feel I am completely put together for the day or night, @ManualMoffit

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    Nancy Cavallin
    August 2, 2017 at 8:31 am

    Not a fan of sweet scents in my perfume. I love Jasmine, Magnolia etc. @suntraveller

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    Annette Pieniazek
    August 2, 2017 at 7:20 am

    I love tuberoses! They have one of my absolute favorite scents. So happy to learn that perfumers are showing some love to such a beautifully scented flower.

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