Noix de Tubereuse is an amber floral fragrance that launched in 2003 and has been discontinued. The nose behind this fragrance is Lyn Harris. The inspiration for Noix de Tubereuse began in the endangered tuberose fields of Grasse. Sensual tuberose is at the heart of this powerful and expansive scent. Grounded with base notes of tonka bean, orris and amber, it takes flight with top notes of wild green clover, mimosa and violet, which animate this mysterious and exotic oriental. With top notes of Egyptian violet leaf, clover and green mandarin; middle notes of tuberose absolute, Jasmine Sambac and French mimosa absolute; and base notes of tonka bean, vanilla bourbon and amber. Noix de Tubereuse is an eau de parfum, edp.
All Miller Harris fragrances use high levels of natural raw materials, are suitable for vegans, and are free from phthalates, artificial colorants, parabens and formaldehydes.
MILLER HARRIS NOIX DE TUBEREUSE REVIEWS
Fragrantica: I’ve always considered myself as someone who doesn’t like tuberose however recently I’ve found myself enjoying it more and more - maybe it’s just my age!?! This perfume is addictive. It has a balmy quality to it. The violets sit quietly and make it slightly powdery - but it remains rich, resinous and full bodied. I mainly pick up on tuberose and amber. It’s a beautiful composition. I bought it this morning and have had three compliments so far today. It wafts around in the air and I find it ethereal. Really pleased with my purchase.
Fragrantica: Intelligent peppery mimosa-tuberose that is difficult to grasp and intoxicating through all stages of development. Neither a bubble gum tuberose, or a deep green, wet flower (like Do Son), nor the powerhouse some claim it to be (it does not resemble Fracas or original Poison), but rather a moderately sweet and powdery, slightly boozy, ambery coconut milk vanilla tubereuse that melts into the skin and is both soft and slightly sharp. This makes wearing this perfume an intimate, fascinating experience. On the one hand this perfume feels historic, and old worldly - I am reminded of the last drops of tonics and waters left in art deco bottles from the early 20th century - on the other hand it is an adolescent that makes fun of you for taking her so seriously. One of my signature scents.
Fragrantica: One of my favourite tuberoses on the market, a bubblegum tuberose as Luca Turin has put it.
It starts off green, reminiscent of Carnal Flower but just for a brief moment. This is a tuberose at night, a strange tuberose, a rare one which blooms under the moonlight. It is a midnight garden, the sky is filled with stars, and all the flowers are asleep, the jasmine, the mimosa, the clover, it is only one intoxicating bloom that shines in the dim light. This tuberose emits the scent of warm smoky tonka beans and just a hint of vanilla. The royalty of the garden, it is sultry, unforgettable and mysterious.
Fragrantica: Miller Harris, what exquisite quality! For someone that is very careful with tuberose this just blew my socks off. It is so very uplifting, youthful, optimistic. A powdery pretty marzipan tuberose. I suppose it's a tuberose for tuberose-reluctant folk, perhaps not the narcotic fleshy type that I -suppose- lovers of tuberose usually seek. This is for a romantic disposition, carefree girls out on a picnic on the grass, blowing dandelions around just because :)