Tuberose

The white flowers of Tuberose blossom pure snow and fresh while they release a strong seductive perfume. For this reason during Renaissance Tuberose was prohibited to young girls to prevent them from falling into temptation. Also known as Polianthes, this perfumed note arrived in Europe, more precisely to France, in the 17th century and since then it has been used to create perfumes with a strong feminine character.

The Tuberose perfume has inspired a lot of fragrances in the history of perfumery such as, for example, Fracas by Piguet and Joy by Patou. It’s an exciting note that while evaporating release an extraordinary as well as mild perfume.

Tuberose is hypnotic like every woman that leaves her mark. Tuberose perfume with its heart perfumed notes strikes with its scented softness

Tuberose is hypnotic like every woman that leaves her mark. Tuberose perfume with its heart perfumed notes strikes with its scented softness.

Tuberose has been used in

Polianthes niche perfumes Bottega Profumiera
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Polianthes

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Polianthes is an intense fragrance which brings out all aspects of femininity. A true cocktail of flowers that matches with essential oils which have intense characteristics as Benzoin and Frankincense.