Here’s more proof to back up my theory that people only think they don’t like tuberose because they’ve only tried synthetics. I tell all tuberose haters to try the gorgeous natural composition, Hiram Green Moon Bloom. Natural tuberoses aren’t as sharp or as aggressive. Now I’m going to add another tuberose to the “tuberose haters must-try” list. Ayala Moriel Treazon takes the natural beauty of natural tuberose and contrasts it with an interesting blend of spices and creamy woods.
Treazon opens up with a sweet mint and then turns into something that smells exactly like root beer (which I love). It’s effervescent, fizzy root beer (anise, wintergreen, cinnamon and vanilla). This spicy root beer fades seamlessly into this voluptuous slightly peachy tuberose. The tuberose in this is amazing. It’s this perfect balance between a “green” tuberose and a milky tuberose. And the tuberose isn’t overwhelming, I can see those that are usually “tuberose avoidant” enjoying this. Treazon dries down a warm, creamy tuberose with lactonic, coconut-like woods and a smoky tobacco. It becomes a “darker” tuberose that melds perfectly to the skin.
Notes listed include anise, cinnamon, wintergreen, sweet birch, cassis, tuberose, orange blossom, orris root, benzoin, vanilla, massoia bark and African stone. Launched in 2012. PERFUMER – Ayala Moriel
Give Treazon a try if you like tuberose perfumes. Or if you like perfumes like Hiram Green Moon Bloom, April Aromatics Jasmina, Malle Carnal Flower, vintage Dana Tabu and/or Strange Invisible Perfumes Moon Garden. And try it if you are looking for a root beer-ish scent.
Projection is average and longevity is above average for an all-natural perfume.
Treazon comes in a few sizes with the 1/2 oz EDP retailing for $180 at Ayala Moriel. Samples are also available for purchase.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Root beer tuberose. Obviously with root beer and tuberose, it isn’t one for most people but I think it’s awesome.
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