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Tobacco Nuit (2016)
by Atelier Cologne

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Tobacco Nuit information

Year of Launch2016
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 36 votes)

People and companies

HouseAtelier Cologne
Parent Company at launchL'Oréal Group

About Tobacco Nuit

Tobacco Nuit is a shared / unisex perfume by Atelier Cologne. The scent was launched in 2016

Reviews of Tobacco Nuit

A standard issue tonkabacco with a hit of cumin in the opening that dirties things up and threatens to make things interesting.
19th November, 2020
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The opening is a citrus-spicy mix: am the citrus is tangerine with and orangey touch. The spice is mainly a strong cumin, which is given additional complexity by a cardamom note. The spices, which at times are emanating whiffs of labdanum too and are quite smooth, cover up the freshness of the citrus and make the latter more a glowing than a brightly shining contribution.

Very early in the drydown to tobacco tin is opened. This is a smooth pipe tobacco, quite rich and soft; it lacks any smokiness, harshness, smokiness, and there is no gasoline note à la Knize Ten present here. After a while the spices in the top notes are replace by a more incense-like component, with blends in perfectly with the tobacco.

The base adds a tonka impression that has a woodsy undertone, which the latter being somewhat nonspecific in character. Touches of a soft and quite thin patchouli come and go towards the end.

I get moderate sillage, excellent projection and a splendid thirteen hours of longevity on my skin.

This is a good autumnal tobacco scent, which, at times, reminds me of a complex version of Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille, displays some original touches in the earlier phases and is blended very astutely. The development shows good complexity, and the performance is impressive. Overall 3.25/5
30th October, 2019
ION-ONE Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Tobacco Nuit Alas I applied this lightly and then lost my sample . Worn for a gig night, it was really distinguished. There was a clear tobacco and woods opening - just like opening a posh wooden cigar humidor. The discernible tobacco lasting the first hour with a smokey caramel blend, then it was all about the woods. As far as I could tell mainly quality sandalwood giving an impression of antique furniture: teak / rosewood / french-polish etc. Oh, and spices, lots of savoury spice like corriander seed, cumin, all-spice.Austere and never over-sweet The marketing blurb goes on about a Jazz-club and thats not a bad picture. I just pictured an old-school London gentlemans club like the Forum with wooden panelling, wing-back leather chairs. A kind of conservative scent. One of the most masculine from AC. This could stand up well against offerings from Serge Lutens. I'm thinking Egoiste with Tobacco. 84/100
16th February, 2019
This contends with any Amouage: strong from start to finish, this begins with a sweet, complex tobacco/citrus and ends with a drier tobacco plus a hint of smokey incense. Beautiful.
08th November, 2018
Moonlight by Ralph Albert Blakelock
13th October, 2018
Linear boozy tonka bean tobacco without being too heavy on the tobacco, while remaining masculine, really lovely, not quite my thing but you have to respect the artistry and quality.
Reminds me of the superb Amouage Journey Man and its little brother Jovoy Les Jeux Sont Faits. Both superior to this.

Fragrance: 7.75/10
Projection: 7/10
Longevity: 7/10
27th September, 2018

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