Tomato (1996)
by Demeter Fragrance Library


Tomato information

Year of Launch1996
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 22 votes)

People and companies

HouseDemeter Fragrance Library
Parent CompanyFreedom Marketing Group

About Tomato

Tomato is a shared / unisex perfume by Demeter Fragrance Library. The scent was launched in 1996

Tomato fragrance notes

Reviews of Tomato

This has the usual Demeter plastic and alcohol smell in the opening, but it dries quite nicely to a green tomato plant smell. Totally wearable, and the performances are a bit more than the usual Demeter.
19th December, 2018
Heavy alcohol note in the beginning and then you get green and growing tomato plant, leaves, stem, etc. Not the actual fruit/vegetable part, only the green. Very fresh and something like vinegar and florals. The drydown reveals more sweetness but not much.

This actually projects nicely.
25th March, 2018
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
This is tomato indeed: tomato leaves, stems, the plant. Fresh and green initially, then richer and a touch less fresh, with an undertone of dried grass.

The drydown reveals a fruity touch, whiffs of peachy impressions than beans in with a somewhat generic floral impression. This all is on top of the dominant features of the tomato truss.

I get moderate sillage, very good projection and four hours of longevity on my skin.

This spring scent is quite original and in its core well executed. These might not be fried green tomatoes, but the whole composition is not without a surprise. 3.5/5.
18th November, 2017
This is absolutely fascinating.

Demeter has managed to capture the smell of a tomato plant; vine, leaves, tomatoes, blossoms....the entire plant. This is what I smell when I visit my parents during the summer months and we walk out back to pick tomatoes fresh off the vine.

This is very green, with a soft blossom vegetal-sweetness. It's beautiful. Had I not received this as a sample with my order, I would have never had the opportunity to try it as I'm unlikely to have picked it on its own. I am grateful Demeter included it. Never would have considered "Tomato" being a wearable scent, but I'm enjoying it so clearly it is.

Wear time is around 4 hours and sillage is within arms length. Nice, subtle, pretty, and fairly unusual. I'm going to enjoy it for the summer and see what I can layer it with. I'll add an edit if I find anything interesting.
16th July, 2017
It's absolutely gorgeous, I get a lot of comments when I wear it and yet it's not at all over powering. It's just so WEARABLE :)

The tomato leaves and vine are what you first notice, and it dries down to a gorgeous fruity undertone... not citrus like or at all acidic, more powdery or peach like but still very green...

Gorgeous day time fragrance!
12th July, 2011
I love it, it's simply gorgeous and evocative of a tomato plant growing in a summer garden! Like the others have said, it's much more like the vine and leaves, which is what I hoped it would be like and it has a lovely floral undertone that reveals itself after an hour or two, I'd say it's perhaps a little peachy or apricot like... anyhow, it's lovely, fresh, feminine and incredibly wearable. I couldn't find my previous favourite tomato leaf fragrance - La Belles de Ricci anymore, so went ahead and purchased this without smelling it, so glad I did :)
08th June, 2011

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