I love tuberose to a fault. It has made me far too finicky about fragrances. If the white flower isn’t listed as a note in a perfume, I rarely even try it. Snobby, I know. So when I got a whiff of Fleur Liquide Eau de Parfum, from Memoire Liquide‘s Reserve Edition, and instantly loved it, I assumed tuberose was one of the titular fleurs.
To my slack-jawed surprise, tuberose isn’t mentioned on the pretty packaging as one of Fleur Liquide’s notes. Instead, night-blooming jasmine, mimosa and orange blossom get all the credit for this dewy, subtly sexy floral.
There’s definitely a resemblance, but I don’t possess enough expertise to determine if there’s a tiny bit of tuberose in there. It wouldn’t surprise me since, for the past few years, it’s all I’ve wanted to wear.
But if not, Fleur Liquide has opened my mind-and the olfactory part of my brain.
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