Love Tuberose

Eau de Parfum

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Love Tuberose Amouage. One word for this perfume would be... Scrumdiddlyumptious because you have to hold yourself from not biting into the bottle! This is a goumand scent through and through due to the creamy scent with the tuberose. I can easily vision a Lady wearing this to a high society summer garden party. A playful perfume.
By   - .  from NY on 9/21/2021
Sadly, I apparently don't love or even like tuberose because this made my nose curl up instantly. I am trying to branch out into the niche world of perfumery, but I'm not sure if a nose as hypersensitive as mine can handle it.
By   - Administrative Assistant from OKC on 12/8/2019
Love Tuberose is an absolute gem. It is indulgent tuberose and gardenia in their most feminine form. The addition of vanilla and whipped cream softens the floral notes and adds a cozy element without making it a gourmand fragrance. Definitely one of my favorites from Amouage!
By   - Teacher  from Providence on 8/4/2019
Lovely; lasts very long. Extremely feminine without being agressive. A dream...
By   - active from LYON France on 6/4/2019
This is the first review I've written here, but Love Tuberose inspires me. On me, it is a lovely and innocent tuberose, very different from any other tuberose scent I wear. It has a nice dose of what seems to be whipped cream and sugar. That gives it a sweetness and innocence, making the tuberose almost naive and innocent as well. I frequently think of scents in relation to film stars and roles. Fracas (and many tuberose scents) are Lana Turner in Postman and Rita Hayworth in Gilda. Love Tuberose is Judy Garland in "Meet Me in St. Louis". Lovely, but innocent. I really like it.
By   - Writer from Flat Rock on 10/22/2018
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