PG17 Tubéreuse Couture
Tuberose is arguably the most divisive and polarising floral note due to its narcotic and carnal tones, here Pierre Guillaume pays tribute to its couture complexity.
The camphorous and medicinal opening of PG17 Tubéreuse Couture, is softened by shoots of green ripe jasmine and a sour tart accord created by rare South Asian citrus kalamansi.
PG17 Tubéreuse Couture soon develops in a creamy, fleshy and opulent tuberose bouquet. Ylang-ylang heightens and supports the buttery and lactonic (milky) tones of tuberose, sweetened by a base of sugar cane and benzoin.
A daring and head-turning scent, PG17 Tubéreuse Couture is a wonderfully dramatic interpretation of this flamboyant flower, in its pure, unadulterated state.
Definitely not for wallflowers.