Summary: When I tried Infusion de Tubéreuse shortly after it's release the year before last I thought 'Meh ... why bother?'. You see, I have come to the realization that my nose was a bit immature back then ... not attuned to picking out the subtle nuances of well crafted fragrances such as this one. Back then, Tuberose was all about Fracas and Carnal Flower! I wanted them bold and elephantine (and I still do!), so this little gem didn't stand a chance.
Summary: I'm an anti-white-flower gal. Orange blossom and tuberose almost always smell terrible to me when I'm wearing them, and jasmine usually does. They have a high-pitched screechiness to them that I find about as comfortable as chewing on aluminum foil. But sometimes there are surprises. For instance, Lancome Attraction, a white floral that I hesitantly sniffed because my sister had it, turned out to be lovely on me. (And it's also by D. Andrier!
Summary: My favorite flowers are white flowers. That explains why I prefer purchasing perfumes that feature flowers like: jasmine, tuberose, magnolia. This perfume comes in a lovely bottle with very attractive decoative top. Perfume is lilac purple color and it is very feminine. Scent is not overpowering and it is fine to wear it during the day. However, do not expect that scent will last for a long time. You will need touch up during the day.
Summary: I noticed the few reviews here were not favorable for the cologne lasting. I bought this at Disney world in Florida at Epcot back in the Italy/France stores. I'm a picky picky person about scents and I have allergies etc. This does last all day on me. Although, I have always been a person that sprays cologne in my hair so it will last longer. I can still smell it the next morning. Perhaps the ones who wrote reviews don't spray it on their hair or clothes. Idk.