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Altaia Tuberose in Blue Perfume Review and Score

by Therapeutic Fragrance


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Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance

Diane Sawyer

Where? I Use the Fragrance

When? The Season I Use the Fragrance


What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance


Nathalie Lorson


Price Per Millileter

210 100ML

Perfume Classification

Eau De Parfum

How? I Apply the Fragrance

3 - 5

A perfect Tuberose note opens the fragrance. It fades with a strong mandarin note that is a bit musky and then neroli settle into the skin and honeys the whole thing up. The sillage becomes a touch overly sweet tuberose leaning quite feminine. I generally view tuberose to be 50 / 50 funny enough but thinking the neroli pushes the scale a little bit for me on this. Heart. Well none of the heart notes help in masculinity which can be good for some who are looking for a tuberose that goes sweet and a bit powdery. I just never know with these notes which are going to be the most prominent from the perfumer. I actually like freesia and heliotrope lightly used to give beauty to darker tones. If heavy cedar and sandalwood were used this would be more in my wheelhouse, but here it is vica versa. The woods are just thinly cut allowing everything else to where strong off of the skin. I could see a lot of ladies liking this. I actually have the bluest of pure blue tuberose perfumes that I will be reviewing that’s what I expect with the name tuberose in blue which is superb, but I think this would be better served as tuberose in white.

Bottle Presentation

Perfumer:Nathalie Lorson
Fragrance Family:Floral Woody
Classification:Eau De Parfum
Pricing:$2.10/fluid ml

Therapeutic Fragrance Score Chart

Tuberose in Blue

& O.G. Factors
Projection & Sillage 4/5
Longevity 4/5
Composition 15/25
& Price per ML


TOP: 9/10
HEART: 2/5
BASE: 6/10


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  1. It is SO much fun to be able to wear this and sniff as you are reviewing. Your new moniker for this is perfect. White and sweet and feminine. Nice tuberose and honey, the honey saves the freesia for me (I don’t like freesia), powdery heliotrope. For the girl who wears floral prints and lace. The first I’ve tried from the brand. Have you tried -I think it’s called-Purple Land? Or something like that?

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