Tom Ford Orchid Soleil was released in summer 2016 - a summer version of Tom Ford Black Orchid (originally released in 2006). This is sun-warmed skin, musky and sunny at the same time.
Tom Ford Orchid Soleil has notes of bitter orange, pink pepper, cypress, red spider lily, tuberose, vanilla, chestnut cream, patchouli and orchid. An amazing summery version of this vampy fragrance.
This is the edp, eau de parfum.
Allure Magazine - "the sexiest, most sophisticated sunscreen on the world's sexiest, sophisticated (and likely naked) woman."
From Really Ree - "This is like sex appeal in a bottle. It is warm and smooth and just kind of melts into the skin. In fact, it is like sunshine on the skin."
From adventures of Barbarella - "There's something dirty about it that pushes it forward, I think it's the pepper and patchouli. They are beautifully done, as I am not one for pepper. It reminds me of Diptyque's Eau Duelle (one I could never get along with, a dance of pepper and vanilla) but here it is a lot creamier and a lot softer. It dries to mostly the whipped vanilla, and the whiffs you get when you walk away from it are comforting and addictive."
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|Perfume Name||Tom Ford Orchid Soleil|
|Notes||Bitter orange, pink pepper, cypress, red spider lily, tuberose, vanilla, chestnut cream, patchouli and orchid
|Country of Origin||United States|