Tubéreuse Absolue by Perris Monte Carlo at Indigo
In the sixteenth century, a missionary was the first to introduce its mystique to France. Found in Central America and nurtured by the Aztecs, the Tuberose flower, known as Omixochitl, was described as fragile long white blossoms- ‘skinny flower’. The Tuberose plant symbolizes forbidden pleasures and fullness, the flower is a night bloomer with fragile waxy greasy petals that exude a powerful aroma. The tuberose accord can be rendered polished or creamy to meet the consumers tastes, but the true beauty of the flower is the diverse morphing characteristics. Its full dark carnal, smoky qualities are reminiscent of intoxicating camphor.
A rare gem in the perfumery world, Tubéreuse Absolue is a dark sultry creature of the night whose merciless beauty will ignite a passion within and ultimately break your heart. While a pure rose stands for everything elegant and heavenly, this smoky, dark carnal scent exudes a powerful aroma that is elegant and divine.