Nuit de Tubereuse

Eau de Parfum

by L'Artisan Parfumeur

Nuit de Tubereuse Sizes Available:
50ml $130
100ml $165
0.7ml sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Nuit de Tubereuse...
This is it. This is my favorite by far. Nothing on my perfume tray excites me anymore. This is the dirty, sexy tuberose of your dreams. Not the buttery, dense, Fracas flower at all. I love white flowers and this reimagination of a white floral is the work of a genius. The scent doesn't unfold as much as you fall into it, and what a ride. I love the peppery, dirty notes. If there were a black tuberose, this is it. Fit only for a sensual woman. This is not a girlish, pretty scent. I am halfway through the big bottle and I'll buy another soon. I can't be without this perfume.
By   - Bon vivant  from Oxnard on 4/6/2018
Just about out and will be buying another bottle. This is not a pretty rose; it's not even very rosy. Heavy and spicy, have never decided what it is exactly. I don't think anyone has ever commented on it, but that's fine, I can smell it all day long.
By   - Retired from Peru on 2/18/2018
This is a truly lovely perfume, it changes from smooth tuberose , to spice and soft musk and 4 or more hours later a faint and delicate odor of tuberose re appears and remains, this is a long lasting , complex fragrance that never slaps you or anyone near in the face with a huge cloud of silage , one must come cheek to cheek with you, for a hello embrazos , or more. Very beautiful lasting Tuberose warmed with spice and musk. I can't wait to buy the smaller 30 ml. Bottle that is in my easy explanation to husband price range. I also love Lys Noir. If this helps to understand my ideas of alluring fragrance
By   - Retired Horticultural Designer from Coronado on 7/21/2016
After I bought a sample I fell in love with this scent. I am a huge tuberose fan, and have bought many fragrances containing this beautiful fragrance, including Estee Lauder's Beautiful; J'adore L'absolu by Dior, and Fracas by Robert Piguet (also a favourite). My Nuit de Tubereuse 100mL bottle is nearly empty after 6 months, as I continue to go back to this over and over again. The pink pepper notes sparkle and make this scent wearable any time of the day and any season. For me the silage is quite powerful, and over time the dry down is a lovely spiced tuberose. I tend to use this for work and casual occasions, saving the intoxicating and heady Narcotic Venus by Nassmatto for those special nights.
By  on 12/3/2014
I tried Nuit de Tubereuse in L'Artisan Parfumeur's Perfume Box Sampler. It is a spicy, long-lasting, and well-balanced scent. I like it a lot. I would purchase a bottle. However, it won't replace Mona di Orio's Tubereuse--Les Nombres d'Or as my favorite tuberose scent. It's it's own thing. It was a little woodsy, a little warm, dry, spicy, with a hint of floral. It wasn't heavy, sweet, or cloying. The strongest notes for me were the clove, pepper, and sandalwood. The musk made a presence (you could tell there was musk) but it was so well-balanced it never became overwhelming or hateful. It's definitely a classic, and great for winter.
By   - Grad Student from Boston on 11/20/2014
A not entirely pleasant combination of tuberose and cardamom.
By  on 7/10/2013
I am from Hawaii, so I know what true tuberose smells like. This perfume...immaculate and very complex. I am impressed at how true to the essence of the flower Duchaufour was able to accomplish. I received this as a sample. So first off, this is how I would describe this perfume at first impression: picture yourself wearing a double stranded tuberose lei, dressed in a long, thin night gown, standing on the shores of the beach at dusk, awaiting a romantic rendezvous. It opens up to a much greener scent, as described to be the asparagus stalks of the flower, not my favorite, but I was willing to wait for more, as more did come. It took about 4 hours for the perfume to fully dry down on me, and suddenly at the fourth hour, it bloomed into this magical scent. The soft tuberose was there in its purety, but underneath it was all the elements of dirty, naughty, sexy, mysterious all captured together. Throughout the day I forgot I was wearing it, and then would catch little hints of something nice, something romantic and I couldn't quite put my finger on it, until I realized that I was smelling myself. It lasted for a little over 6 hours on me, but is still lingering when I smell my pulse points. This also has minimal sillage, so it's not at all intrusive, if applied correctly. This is real perfume, developed by a master's hand. I did not get any whiffs of chemical cheapness in it at all. If you love the smell of tuberose, you will love this.
By   - from Thousand Oaks on 3/22/2013
I really like this smell. It lasts pretty long, I commute to work and I can still smell it by lunch.
By   - Finance from NYC on 1/2/2013
There's a better story hiding within this bottle than in Seville a l'Aube, and the beauty is that as we don't know it, we can make it our own. Truly stunning! Not your typical tuberose or typical 'big white floral'. There's so much going on and so many facets to this fragrance that you must try it to see how you experience it. I love the bottle and colour of the jus too. It's all exactly right.
By   - Consultant from London on 11/24/2012
Not precisely a soliflore, this take on a tuberose has a smoky bite to it. The incense base is hard to miss-- it's what Duchaufour does best-- and there is both a sensuous fruitiness and a peppery bite to it. I think the fragrance is uniquely versatile in that it is appropriate for day or night, and all seasons. Lightly applied, I also find it more appropriate for work than the bombshells Fracas or Carnal Flower.
By   - from New York on 11/18/2012
It took about a year, but I finally decided I couldn't stand this and gave away the bottle. The drydown gets bigger and sharper, very synthetic, until I can't smell anything else and I have a headache. The opening isn't bad.
By   - from Miami on 3/24/2012
I'm not a tuberose fanatic, but my friend is, so when we were in Paris I grabbed a sample of this for her to try, and she's obsessed. And even I have to agree, it's not the cloying tuberose that I've come to know and hate in some of the more popular commercial fragrances. I prefer spicy or green scents, more unisex than feminine, and if I were going to wear a floral, this one would be a real possibility, so I can only assume for someone who enjoys tuberose, this would make a great addition to your collection. That said, it does have some silage... so advise to exercise caution in offices and close quarters!
By   - Software from Alexandria on 12/23/2011
I bought this un-sniffed. It is definitely a complex and multi-faceted perfume. When I wear it, people ask, "what smells like incense?" I agree with all the reviewers below. It is both powdery, slightly musty, mango-y, and floral. It might be perfect for you, but it is too difficult a perfume for me. Sample first.
By  on 7/11/2011
Heavy, mucky, noisy and conspicuous perfume. I can imagine Sylvia Fine in series The Nanny saying that this is her favorite perfume. With Tuberose by Keiko Mecheri. Disgusting.
By   - from NY on 3/25/2011
I used to wear Fracas and this is really not like that at all. If I really concentrate, i can pick up on that common tuberose note, but, really, this is a sexier, richer, softer rendition of tuberose. I particularly appreciate its inter-season-ality. It's not so heavy as to be cumbersome in the heat, but it's spicy enough to seem cozy in the winter months.
By   - from DC on 1/3/2011
Smelled like cheap candy on me. After the dry down, I asked BF for his opinion. He said I smelled old.
By   - from new york on 12/13/2010
Wow! What an amazing scent! Received this as a sample. For some reason, this scent is a little reminiscent of - Parfum D'Empire's: Eau De Gloire. There's that spicy-pleasant mentholated scent. Still debating whether to order this.
By   - Bon Vivant from California on 11/5/2010
I had to have a bottle the minute I smelled this wonderfull fragrances. And I am not just saying this because I adore almost every fragrance in the L'Artisan line. This is not your usual take on Tubereuse. IUt's very original and has lots of character and in no way at all does it smell cheap. It's a very sophisticated scent.
By   - from NY on 10/13/2010
Disgusting! It's sticky and smells cheap.
By   - Artist from NYC on 8/25/2010
Wow, this is THE fragrance! Adorable. Spicy tuberose, but yet not that spicy, and not that tuberose. It's definitely not a Fracas's tuberose, if somebody is searching for that kind of fragrance.
By  on 7/24/2010
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