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The tuberose accord here is nowhere near as heady nor as sickly as many I have encountered before. It's rather fresh, with a little green accent that Diptyque seems to favor in many of its floral compositions. I'm not sure if purists would call it a soliflore for it wears more like a bouquet of white flowers. But it's definitely more natural smelling than the nose-searing Olene. And if you enjoy Carnal Flower but find it a tad too 'showy', this may well be right up your street.
01st October, 2010