This is as disappointing as it can perhaps get. Creed is known for inappropriately naming their fragrances, but here there is hardly any tobacco note at all. It's constructed with some citrus notes on the top of ginger and the usual Creed base. The opening and the mid are extremely forgettable, and the drydown is less satisfactory than all other millesimes. Projection and longevity were not good either. They should really take this one off the market.
If you want tobacco, go for Havana or Pure Havane. If you want citrus, ginger or citrus-ginger combinations, look at Dior Homme Sport or Acqua di Parma line. If just want a Creed base, go with Green Irish Tweed.
Easily the worst Creed I've tried.
This is a nice scent, though I just can't make out a leather or tobacco note.
It's mostly ginger and a woodsy type of concoction to me.
It is put together well though, enough so that it is "upper tier" type of aroma or something you reserve for more formal occasions.
I'm loving Tabarome crisp clean, sweet tobacco and sandalwood balancing out. I find the combination of this scent simple yet complex, masculine yet the sweet and spicey notes turns unique on a women. I find no resemblance of other Creed fragrances. Creed Tabarome is distinct, I can see myself wearing this scent smoking a cigar while sipping on cognac(and I don't even smoke).
Tobacco note is forgettable and dull. Too much ginger. And the sandalwood-ambergris base is as typical as you can get. There may be no historical record of Winston Churchill actually wearing this, but I've worn it and I don't like it.
This one disappointed me. On my skin the tobacco & leather overpower the bergamot citrus and the ginger as well. It's like a moldy tobacco box with rotten ginger left over from a sushi meal inside. Smokers would like it but not for me. To me it turns my stomach. Maybe if I could smell the citrus more it wouldn't be so bad.