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    Default tobacco flower fragrance

    new to the community. read about a fragrance with tobacco flower as the top note, but lost the reference. think the name included the word "fresh". can you help me out?

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    might it be Fresh (brand) Tobacco Flower? google it to see. Good Luck!

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    Default Re: tobacco flower fragrance

    I think this thread will answer your questions:

    http://community.basenotes.net/showthread.php?t=192676

    Tobacco Flower by Fresh is quite a nice scent, but there are even better fragrances, IMO, that incorporate tobacco.

    Good luck & welcome to Basenotes.

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    Tobacco flower (Nicotiana), as opposed to tobacco, is the primary top note in both Bvlgari Blv pour Homme and Blv Notte pour Homme.

    I'm probably restating the obvious here, but I ought to point out that tobacco and tobacco flower are two entirely different fragrance notes, and bear no resemblance whatsoever to each other!

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    Versace The dreamer has a quite pleasant tobacco flower note in its heart

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    RL Romance Silver has a light tobacco flower note

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    This is quite far into the "niche" category, but since we're all sharing Nicotiana scents, I'd like to recommend http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=5898801Nicotia. It's by an independent natural perfumer in Omaha, very DIY, but at $6 it might be worth checking out if you're a tobacco flower fan. I really like it, but I am an untrained sniffer so your mileage may vary.

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    Default Re: tobacco flower fragrance

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibert View Post
    Tobacco flower (Nicotiana), as opposed to tobacco, is the primary top note in both Bvlgari Blv pour Homme and Blv Notte pour Homme.

    I'm probably restating the obvious here, but I ought to point out that tobacco and tobacco flower are two entirely different fragrance notes, and bear no resemblance whatsoever to each other!
    Yeah - I just realized that when I started re-reading this post. Now I know why Tobacco Flower by Fresh smells so unlike most tobacco-saturated frags...

    Major, duh - on my part.

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