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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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Tom Ford Black Orchid is a gorgeous, sensuous dark floral that has turned into one of the classics in this line. Rich, deep, dark fruits with vanilla and incense and florals. Just absolutely beautiful.

Notes of black truffle, ylang-ylang, bergamot, blackcurrant, fruit accords, lotus wood, patchouli, incense, vetiver, vanilla and sandalwood. It is an eau de parfum, EDP.

Reviews of Tom Ford Black Orchid

From Allure - "This unisex fragrance smells like a sensual cross between a warm, creamy flambé dessert and a bouquet of exotic flowers. (Note: Despite the incense and patchouli in the blend, there's nothing hippie-dippy about it.)"

From Now Smell This - "Black Orchid starts right off with a bang — it is a statement fragrance, make no mistake about it. There is citrus, there is lots of sugar, there are heady floral notes, there is jammy fruit. Tempering all of that is a strong undertone of something earthy and dark (the black truffle accord, presumably) and vaguely off-kilter, in a good way."

From Bois de Jasmin -"Black Orchid certainly weaves some retro elements into its composition, yet it remains a modern oriental, where the animalic growl is replaced by the murmur of luscious woody vanilla. The best features of Black Orchid are revealed upfront—the promised seductive darkness of patchouli and the savory earthiness of truffle shimmer through the sheer citrusy top notes. An indolic whisper of white flowers lends its characteristic narcotic breath. It is the femme fatale entrance—one may not be attracted to what one sees, but one cannot but notice it."

 

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  • Cali - 5th Oct 2020

    5
    Tom Ford Black Orchid

    LOVE THIS SCENT! I will be purchasing a big bottle very soon.

  • J - 27th Sep 2020

    2
    Black Orchid

    Based on the countless reviews I'd read about how seductive, captivating, sensual, and incredible Black Orchid was, I had become completely convinced this was the mystery scent I'd smelled a decade or so ago in Vegas and couldn't find anywhere afterward. I remember stopping dead in the middle of the mall and going back to the counter, asking what that smell was. To this day, I've never found its equal and unfortunately can't remember its name. I distinctly remember seeing a black bottle with a gold plate, but this is definitely not it. If there is seduction here, it is the seduction of a virgin by a veteran, eighty-year-old prostitute named Eloise, who sprays on Black Orchid while she barks out orders to the young whipper-snapper by her bed with the same ferocity as her one-eyed, deaf pomeranian that lies in a dead heap in the corner. If there is captivation, it is of a ham-fisted entertainer that performs their acts with all the subtlety of a detonated nuclear missile, forcing your applause through threats of dismemberment rather than adulation. If there is sensuality, it is the cold touch of encroaching death rather than the warm, inviting caress of soft and milky flesh. Black Orchid is an extremely overhyped fragrance that, to my nose, absolutely reeks of florals and reminds me of my grandmother in the worst way possible. There is no nuance to be found here. It is simply a musky garden of flowers in the heat of summer that your grandmother has asked that you help prune (and pruned it should be).

7 Reviews

  • Cali - 5th Oct 2020

    5
    Tom Ford Black Orchid

    LOVE THIS SCENT! I will be purchasing a big bottle very soon.

  • J - 27th Sep 2020

    2
    Black Orchid

    Based on the countless reviews I'd read about how seductive, captivating, sensual, and incredible Black Orchid was, I had become completely convinced this was the mystery scent I'd smelled a decade or so ago in Vegas and couldn't find anywhere afterward. I remember stopping dead in the middle of the mall and going back to the counter, asking what that smell was. To this day, I've never found its equal and unfortunately can't remember its name. I distinctly remember seeing a black bottle with a gold plate, but this is definitely not it. If there is seduction here, it is the seduction of a virgin by a veteran, eighty-year-old prostitute named Eloise, who sprays on Black Orchid while she barks out orders to the young whipper-snapper by her bed with the same ferocity as her one-eyed, deaf pomeranian that lies in a dead heap in the corner. If there is captivation, it is of a ham-fisted entertainer that performs their acts with all the subtlety of a detonated nuclear missile, forcing your applause through threats of dismemberment rather than adulation. If there is sensuality, it is the cold touch of encroaching death rather than the warm, inviting caress of soft and milky flesh. Black Orchid is an extremely overhyped fragrance that, to my nose, absolutely reeks of florals and reminds me of my grandmother in the worst way possible. There is no nuance to be found here. It is simply a musky garden of flowers in the heat of summer that your grandmother has asked that you help prune (and pruned it should be).

  • Awesome - 14th May 2020

    5
    My fav Tom Ford Fragrance

    Timeless Classic

  • Allen Licorice Rain - 11th Feb 2015

    2
    A melted, chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bar in the back seat of a warm car.

    For years, I have heard about Black Orchid, so I decided to finally try it. The notes listed include ylang-ylang and black currant, black orchid, and, basically, a patchouli/chocolate/vanilla drydown. I am wearing it now, and, basically, all I smell is a slightly metallic chocolate/vanilla. There seem to be differences of opinion about whether or not Orchid is strictly for women, or could pass as unisex, but personally, I think it could be worn by either. I admit my nose doesn’t pick up “creamy” scents very well, so any depth to this doesn’t register. I have heard the Bath and Body Works fragrance, Black Amethyst, is a “cheaper version” of Black Orchid, but after wearing both, I completely disagree. In fact, I actually prefer Black Amethyst, which opens with a lemony bergamot, compared to Orchid’s slightly powdery chocolate. I guess I am in the minority here, but Black Orchid isn’t worth the hype, which doesn’t surprise me because, although I love Plum Japonais, I have found Tom Ford fragrances to be drastically lacking in the drydown stages. Black Orchid reminds me of a melted, chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bar in the back seat of a warm car.

  • Unknown - 27th Feb 2014

    5
    In my top 5!

    Black Orchid was my introduction to orchid....this is one of my favorite notes now! Just beautiful!

  • Unknown - 2nd Mar 2013

    5
    So very unique

    At first I didn't really like this and was hoping for more, but the more I smelled it, and the more it calmed down on my skin, the more I fell in love with it. I'm usually not a very "perfume-y" kind of gal, but I think that's because most perfume seems to smell the same to me. This on the other hand, is one of a kind and I love it. I'll definitely be buying more.

  • Lesia - 4th Feb 2013

    5
    Nice

    I already have a Black Orchid Voile de Fleur and to me The Black Orchid is like an elder sister to it. It's not for a day wear. The sillage is moderate or I can't hear it.

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