We enter the vestibule of a mansion. Flanked by two majestic stairs, stands a table with black, turned legs. There is a precious vase in the frosted mat white on the glass-shade. The exhilarating bouquet, which stands out of the noble porcelain bowl, looses our breath: first we discover the striking scent of white jasmine, are delighted with gardenias and violets and the sweetness of the lilies of the valley, which spring from the high container. Magnificently filled red roses attract our glances, in order to be almost overwhelmed by high-rising orange and tuberose blossoms. Then there are still so many other blossoming dreams with all their beguiling Absolute, that we at any time only the whole wonderful bouquet perceive and forget everything else around us. In the dazzling, flowery Damascus Tonatto Solista, there is no differentiation: heart over head! There is no smell of the soloists.
Parfumlounge Duftpyramide: TONATTO Solista
Head, heart and base note: jasmine, iris, tuberose, gardenia, lily of the valley, roses, violets, orange blossoms
Parfumlounge Tip: Floral notes
Almost all of the men's shops (and even some men's garments) contain floral notes. The most popular Absolues come from rose and jasmine, followed by lily of the valley, tuberose and iris. A mixture of several flowering buds is called bouquet (or bouquet). Usually the flowery is combined with other fragrances - for example with fruity or citrus notes. Creations, in which the flower notes dominate, are also called Soliflore. That a perfume - such as Tonatto Solista - ONLY consists of blossom absurd, is rather unusual.