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Eric Buterbaugh Florals Sultry Rose

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Eric Buterbaugh Florals Sultry Rose is one of the seven perfumes launched by a florist who caters to the stars - he is the resident florist for the Four Seasons LA.  After years of working with flowers where much of the scent has been pruned out, Buterbaugh has launched a series of perfumes centered around specific flowers that smell great.  He gave Firmenich free reign to create the floral series without regard to market research or cost.  This is a line of very plush, luxe soliflores.

Eric Buterbaugh Florals Sultry Rose is a creation of Illias Ermenidis. The rose is Eric Buterbaugh's signature flower and needed a very special treatment. This is the rose perfume Illias created for himself and gave to Eric for his line. It features top notes of pepper, passionfruit and Ottoman rose essence; middle notes of rose water, vanilla orchid and saffron; and base notes of ambrette musk, oud and ambergris accord

 Eric Buterbaugh Florals Sultry Rose Reviews

Fragrantica: "This is such a well crafted fragrance, there is nothing about it that does not fully embrace exceptionally good quality. The opening is unmistakably lushly rose in the most vivid way, accented just slightly by the pepper and fruit, but not veering into the overly sweet and sticky zone. The pepper for me is not distinctive in that I can pick out exactly where it begins and the rose ends, a nicely blended duo of light spice...The oud seemed to be the next note to wash itself in gently, although it's very subtle, with just a hint to ground and accent the floral and spice."

Fragrantica: "This is a beautiful spicy rose, one of the best spiced roses I've had the pleasure to wear. It starts off with mildly sweet passionfruit notes, and I was wondering if it was going to turn into a gourmand. Instead pepper and musky ambrette keep it indeed sultry and exotic and sensual."

Fragrantica: "A gorgeous, slightly jammy, saffron-rose...I was a bit leery of the passionfruit note - fruity-florals have been done to death - but my concern was misplaced, as it’s not overdone at all, but adds a ripeness to the rose. It includes oud, but this is far from a Montale-like ‘rose-oud’ fragrance; the oud is very light and subtle, and works with the ambrette and a light vanilla to round and smooth the composition. Add in the pepper and saffron and you have a spicier, slightly creamier La Fille de Berlin, to my nose."

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  • sylvieanna - 30th Oct 2015

    4
    Rose with a Twist

    Not your straight up and down rose, has an added note (that I cannot identify) that gives the fragrance added elegance and zip. A rose of the night, really lovely!

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  • sylvieanna - 30th Oct 2015

    4
    Rose with a Twist

    Not your straight up and down rose, has an added note (that I cannot identify) that gives the fragrance added elegance and zip. A rose of the night, really lovely!

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