Les Nombres d’Or Tubereuse Eau De Parfum by Mona di Orio.
Silhouette: In Tubéreuse, Mona di Orio creates what she calls a “twilight tubéreuse”, greener and fresher than its headier nocturnal incarnations but still intoxicating and rich. It opens with a beautiful and peppery burst of bergamot and green notes, which almost gives tuberose the quality of having been tamed and made more transparent after a refreshing light rain. Soon, the unmistakably narcotic tubéreuse slinks its way forward, flanked by creamy notes from benzoin and amber, matched with a milky nuttiness from heliotrope and coconut. Along with Tubéreuse’s top notes, the occasional sharp floral facet from heliotrope joins with tubéreuse’s green facets, balancing out its creamy and musky base notes. More approachable than its more femme fatale counterparts, Tubéreuse nevertheless seduces. Perfect for tubéreuse fans that want a lighter, friendlier, more verdant interpretation of the flower Tubereuse.