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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.
Ultra-feminine, sensual and intoxicating fragrance, reformulated from Le Galion's 1973 scent of the same name. Tubéreuse has a sparkling start, it opens with crisp and green accords, followed by spices and crisp fruity notes of raspberry and pear wrapped around the central note of tuberose. As the scent dried down, notes of cedar and warming amber are embraced by musk leaving a comforting and refined aroma.
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