10 2 Ratings/
|0.0 - 2.0||0|
|2.0 - 4.0||0|
|4.0 - 6.0||0|
|6.0 - 8.0||1|
|8.0 - 10.0||1|
|Top Notes||Rice, Jasmine, Bergamot, Aromatic notes|
|Heart Notes||Jasmine, Rose, Sweet acacia, Ylang-ylang, Spices, Deer musk, Leather, Sandalwood, Civet|
|Base Notes||Iris, Moss, Ambrette|
Interesting FactsThe name Tsao-Ko (mandarin: cao guo) describes a spice that's also called red cardamom or Chinese black cardamom in Chinese and is a traditional kitchen spice there.
Since February 2014, the original 1898 version of Tsao-Ko is exhibited in the "Hall of Mirrors" at Maison Guerlain.