Plant Part: Fresh Flowers
Perfume Note: Middle
Aroma: Strong floral, sweet, subtle earthy and herbaceous back notes
Blends well with: Davana, Frankincense, Jasmine grand, Jasmine sambac, Neroli, Rose Moroc, Rose Otto, Siam Wood (Pemou), Violet Leaf, Ylang Ylang III, Ylang Ylang Complete, Ylang Ylang Extra, all citrus oils
Our long-awaited Tuberose Absolute is freshly back in stock, and more divine than ever before. Like all of our botanicals, we’ve taken the utmost care in selecting the best specimens on Earth, and this fine absolute of tuberose is certainly fit to impress even the most discerning customers in the world. Ethically farmed in India without pesticides, 150 kg of tuberose petals were solvent extracted to make just 1 kg of absolute. The end result yielded an exceptionally aromatic tuberose absolute that is euphorically sweet, buttery smooth, and deeply rich to make this single-ingredient a stand alone fragrance in and of itself. A blessing to perfumers who are looking for an exquisitely floral middle note to enhance their formulas with sophistication and tenacity. Tuberose’s versatility is excellent as it blends phenomenally well with all citrus oils, wood oils and resins, and other florals as well. Although very costly and rare to find superior tuberose (hence the two year wait-list), it remains a must-have for perfumery and cosmetic formulations. Thus, we suggest to stock as much as one’s budget will allow of this freshly distilled batch of Tuberose that has a long shelf-life of at least 6 years.
Tuberose Absolute is widely known to promote relaxation, calmness, and to increase libido. It improves blood circulation and favorably targets nausea, anxiety, and headaches. During mediation it supports the respiratory system allowing for easier breathing. It’s also an effective deodorant and regulates overactive sebaceous glands. For skincare, tuberose's concentration of farnesol stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis, while eugenic acid protects the skin from infections. The uses of this remarkable absolute in perfumery, cosmetology, and herbal medicine are numerous and well-documented.