Tom Ford has launched Tuscan Leather Intense. The new Private Blend fragrance is a flanker to 2007's Tuscan Leather.
Dark. Visceral. Intense.
Dark and visceral, Tuscan Leather Intense amplifies the intoxicating primality of Tuscan Leather with raw animal attraction and sexual intensity. Juxtaposed with fresh davana, new atmospheric woods deepen leather’s distinct richness.
Tom Ford Tuscan Leather Intense is available in 50 ($330) and 250 ($840) ml Eau de Parfum.
You mean the intoxicating primality?
Lillyjo could be in trouble! ?
Except I’m worried the new atmospheric woods means ambroxan!
Lots of wholesome goodness here –
INGREDIENTS: ALCOHOL DENAT. , FRAGRANCE (PARFUM) , WATERAQUAEAU , LINALOOL , TOCOPHEROL , COUMARIN , LIMONENE , GERANIOL , BENZYL BENZOATE , ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE , BENZYL CINNAMATE , CITRONELLOL , CINNAMYL ALCOHOL , BENZYL ALCOHOL , CITRAL , CINNAMAL , PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRA-DI-T-BUTYL HYDROXYHYDROCINNAMATE
Hmmm, I like the poetic version of these ingredients, rather than the real ones ?
Raspberry sounds much better than, let’s say, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRA-DI-T-BUTYL.
Yep , doesn’t have the same romance as the ad copy lol
I hope they’ve ramped up the amount of raspberry, which was nearly imperceptible in the original. I wish they would, in perfume terminology, overdose it with that raspberry note.
On me the raspberry has been almost totally removed and the woods pushed to the front with the leather – much drier and didn’t get any sweetness at all. Seems less complex than the original without the raspberry note
Blimey, release fragrances then release intense versions of some at a huge mark up and acqua versions of others at a lower price & just watch that cash roll in lol.
I can understand with the blue neroli range ppl might want a lighter edt version but some of the intense range are absolutely nothing like the originals (I’m looking at you especially Oud Wood Intense!) so why not just market them as something different – like with Ombré leather which was really just another tweak on Tuscan leather
You’ve made some good points there!
I found Ombré sweeter than Tuscan , whereas intense goes the other way and sucks out all of the sweetness.
Does it dry down to ambroxan?
A lot of the current fragrances have been reformulated & seem to have been weakened in the process so I guess with the originals weaker it makes the intense versions seem even more ‘intense’. I tried some tobacco vanille this week and it was less punchy & lasted way less than from my original bottle from when it was first released
I found this to be true of Coco Mademoiselle Intense, as well.