Bdk Tubereuse Imperiale by BDK Parfums Perfume.
Luxuriant white and yellow flowers bloom in sensuous profusion in Bdk Tubereuse Imperiale, a soft yet vibrant woody floral oriental composition enhanced by alluring elements of powder, spice and precious balsam. The fragrance opens with airy and delicately herbal tones of fireweed flower mingled with crisp, piquant nuances of Egyptian geranium. Lush, subtly tropical florals embrace the heart, merging lovely sensual tuberose and ylang-ylang with
powdery, enveloping iris and shimmering jasmine, the flowers beautifully harmonized with smokey hints of precious incense. Balsamic and woody aromatic tones in the base are velvety and balancing, blending spiced sandalwood, Virginia cedar and silken cashmeran with earthy-sweet patchouli, benzoin and rich Madagascar vanilla.
This simply stunning, sophisticated scent was first released in 2016 by niche French fragrance house Bdk Parfums and created by perfumer David Benedek. Other popular compositions by this luxe label include the powdery spicy oriental Gris Charnel (2019), the woody, fruity white floral Pas Ce Soir (2016) and the aquatic aromatic Citrus Riviera (2020).