Flor y Canto
This is a big white floral. If you love tuberose it’ll be right up your alley. In the opening I can smell, but not decisively pick out, the other flowers, along with a touch of green, and then shortly it becomes a creamy and luscious tuberose, and stays linear from there, very much a tuberose soliflore. The base notes are copal incense, benzoin and vanilla bean. I can’t pick them out, but I think they are adding to the smooth creaminess of the tuberose. This tuberose isn’t as narcotic as some, not sure how to describe the difference (Nasomatto Narcotic Venus, DSH Perfumes Tubereuse, and Fracas are examples of ones I would describe as narcotic). Flor y Canto starts out strong, but after the tuberose blooms it stops projecting as much and wears closer to the skin. The projection and sillage become minimal, making it a good prospect for a day scent, and even office if applied with a light touch; one spray a couple feet away and walked into, before getting dressed. I love me a good tuberose, so while not unique, it is one of the good ones.