Helpful Review 6
En Voyage chez l'Artisan Parfumeur:17 the tuberose box in the attic
My journey through the house of L'Artisan Parfumeur continues.
Bertrand Dechafour shows here finally once again his supreme discipline, which he has mastered as well as few others.
Nuit de Tubéureuse presents itself as a variety of spices and various interjections of fragrance nuances, until in the middle of it the core, the theme; the tuberose reveals itself. An artfully broadly built perfume.
I would like to describe the course of the fragrance with the following picture, which has formed me while testing.
I climbed the creaky stairs up and pushed the rotten door open with delicate force. Light attic mustiness greets me, which quickly dissipates after I open a tilt window. My gaze falls on a box covered in a thick layer of dust, which seems to have been locked for decades and its contents spared from natural decay. I open it creakily; tuberoses are supposed to be hiding here, or so I had heard.
Tuberoses are initially none in sight, but Christmas cookies, speculoos and gingerbread. This one notices its age, it smells no longer quite so fresh, but quite still enjoyable. Tangerines, dried on the heater and thus preserved for eternity, lean against an old ornate pepper mill. A fine layer of ground pepper sticks to the bottom of the grinder, its smell filling the box. I push aside small shreds of dried mango and there the tuberoses reveal themselves. White, fresh and untouchingly delicate, as if just plucked. They hadn't lied, these tuberoses smell heavenly. A small bottle of essential oils stands next to it, but doesn't really catch my attention. But the bottom of the box, which from the inside looks like new from the manufactory, freshly treated and smells just as fresh. I'm not really surprised despite the age of the box, everything in here seems to be made for eternity and I accept it that way. After 8 h, the box closes again, it should also enjoy others.
This fragrance shows up with a gentle, beautiful, not too intrusive sillage, it would be with the pepper also exhausting.
A beautiful fragrance that seems mysterious and belongs on the neck of a woman of any age.
Universally applicable, wearable in winter as well as summer.
Thank you for reading my comment.