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Tuberose Absolute

Adam Michael has this to say “One of my favourite absolutes, to my nose tuberose absolute opens with a heady, white floral, creamy, oriental-sweet extravagance. So lovingly floral warm, notes in the top reminiscent to a waxy champaca, frangipani and exotic gardenia collaboration. The floral sweetness this material exudes is oriental-sweet, sweet-floral-creamy, with a lashing of spice and balsamic goodness that forever sings and dances with such joyfulness.

A powerful modifier in floral accords, especially oriental floral accords, blends especially well with other white florals and exotic florals such as gardenia, tiare, magnolias, jasmine sambac, orange blossom, frangipani, champaca and ylang ylang. Incredibly tenacious material, produced by solvent extracting the very fragrant concrete, of a semi solid viscosity and orangey-brown in colour. Tuberose represents sensuality and is used in aromatherapy for its ability to open the heart and calm the nerves, restoring joy, peace and harmony. “

Botanical Name: Polianthes tuberosa

Origin: France

3 reviews for Tuberose Absolute

  1. alexandra_karinawind (verified owner)

    Highly delicate note.

  2. farman1979 (verified owner)

    A stunning material. I made my very first proper all natural attar around this precious oil. It is buttery and lactnoic, has a waxy smell – slightly ambery too, almost honey-like at the middle stage. The rest of it is just an unending flow of tuberose gorgeousness.

    It blends beautifully well with
    – labdanum (very small amount), benzoin, massoia bark, myrrh, luban, sweet myrrh, – – rose (otto and abs), frangipani, gardenia, J. sambac (ruh and abs), j. officinale abs
    – Ouds from Assam belt, and Thailand (probably will go very well well with any oud)

  3. Kostis Pap (verified owner)

    Tough to classify this material under a classic olfactory group heading, because is so perfectly balanced between its natural green-fresh intensity and the characteristic heavy-floral odor that contains. Times leaves its stamp here by allowing the more heavy-narcotic white floral to appear, but the odor evolves more: now a previously “under cover” soft dairy-like odor (reminiscent of fresh cow milk I would dare) becomes obvious, which cannot be easily distinguished as it blends together with the green-floral main accord.
    The opening is a watery-fresh green. The dryout is even more charming than its opening, as all notes are obvious, but way more balanced now.
    It could be used as a modifier or a bridge in perfumery in green and muguet-type of compositions

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