6-Tubereuse is not your ordinary tuberose-focused scent; it's an exploration of its dry, green side -the marriage with mate is quite unusual-, with a spicy hint in the background. This strange Tuberose is not creamy, nor hypnotic, nor even sensual in any way; in fact it has hardly anything in common with other tuberose fragrances: less creamy and loud than Fracas (Piguet), less fleshy than Malle’s , less bitter than Lutens', less green than L'Artisan's... Actually, you don’t seem to smell a real tuberose flower at all, but only the dew that spent a whole night on its petals and then slipped on the ground. This drop of dew, retaining only distant echoes of the flower’s exquisite sweetness is joined by a cloud of neroli, rose, violet and musk... The result is an elegant, refined floral scent with an optimistic smile. 6-Tuberose is parfum concentration, so it lasts quite a long with a discrete sillage. I gave it a neutral vote because when I read “Tuberose” on the label I expected something different from this, but the scent in itself is definitely worth trying since it is, in fact, an unusual interpretation (unusual... like anything signed by Prada!).