E. COUDRAY Rose et Tubereuse

An orangey opening with a strongly fruity undertone, mainly rhubarb, but freshened up by lashings of bergamot.


The tuberose arises in the drydown, and it is a lighter version, neither waxy nor too distinct; at times a bit too bland.


In the base a vanilla impression moves into the foreground, with touches of benzoin and whiffs of white musk.


I get moderate sillage, good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.


A spring scent that is not without original touches, but a tad too synthetic and also too generic at times. 2.75/5.