Tom Ford Noir de Noir is one of the original 12 fragrances released in the Private Blend collection. A rich dark chypre oriental fragrance focused on a dark rose sprinkled with chocolate, vanilla and patchouli. It earthy and sensual fragrance. It is a bigger, badder, darker Tom Ford Black Orchid. Rumor around is that Noir de Noir was an early version of Black Orchid - eh, who knows? Notes of saffron, black rose, black truffle, vanilla, patchouli, oud wood and tree moss. Noir de Noir was created by perfumers Jacques Cavallier and Harry Fremont.
Reviews of Tom Ford Noir de Noir
From Kafkaesque - "If the royal medieval dynasty, the Tudors, had a perfume to go along with their rose emblem, I suspect it would probably have been something like Tom Ford‘s Private Blend Noir de Noir For Women and Men. It is a scent that is as rich, baroque, lavish, and earthy as the bawdy, gourmand Henry VIII himself. Noir de Noir is not the delicate flower of Diana, Princess of Wales, whom Elton John called England’s Rose. No, this is Henry VIII’s prime rib to Diana’s scones and clotted cream."
Luca Turin - gave it a four-star rating
From Temptalia - "It develops into a sweet, but earthy, foreboding rose scent marked by almost chocolaty notes. There are hints of a general floralness playing in the background, along with a very muted and almost forgotten vanilla. Noir de Noir is spicy and woody and built around rose."
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||Tom Ford Private Blend Noir de Noir
||Saffron, black rose, black truffle, vanilla, patchouli, oud wood and tree moss
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