I think Cedre
is a pleasant, mellow ambery-tuberose, but I feel it may be a bit overrated as a mens tuberose fragrance. It's certainly no less sweet
than any tuberose soliflore, so why not go for the full deal? ( At least that's how I felt when I tried it before; I may feel different now. ) Personally, for ambery grape-pop tuberose - which I find Cedre to be - I find Dior's Poison
more than adequate.
As Mike said, Tubereuse Criminelle
is great, and it's my favorite tuberose. I smell wintergreen, tuberose, vanilla and musk, but mostly a big, gorgeous tuberose note. Some people can't stand the top note, though, so give it a try before you buy.Carnal Flower
is another great; a pure, green tuberose with jasmine, coconut and musk in the base. It's at the opposite end of the scale from Tubereuse Criminelle.
Many men are NOT comfortable wearing it, but Fracas
is something you should at least try if you like tuberose. In the same vein, Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia
is a gorgeous tuberose and gardenia fragrance - I know, right, who would have guessed!
- that is purely floral but worth experiencing.