...non-heady Tubereuse shaped around citruses and musks that give it an unexpected unisex “eau de cologne” identity despite its impressive 30% dosage of oil in alcohol. As in all Le Labo’s fragrance names, the number to the right of the natural ingredient indicates the number of ingredients used in the perfume’s formula.
Update: the notes include benzoin, bergamote, neroli, petitgrain, citron, rosemary, cedar, orange blossom, rose, jasmine, mandarin, mimosa, oakmoss, sandalwood and musk.
Tubereuse 40 is the first of a planned series of of city-exclusive fragrances; it will be exclusive to New York, and will be sold in-store only, no internet or phone orders. As Le Labo continues to expand retail operations, new city-exclusive fragrances will be introduced.
Tubereuse 40 is $239 for 50 ml and $360 for 100 ml.
Update 2: see a review of Tubereuse 40 here.