The common snowball (Viburnum) belongs to our absolute favorite flowers. Together with white calla and pale green hydrangea, a luxurious ostrich - not just for brides. Tonatto has made the intense, sweet odeur of the fragrance snowball from the genus of the muskweed plants to the main ingredient of its new, similar perfume Tonatto Viburnum (with the addition Il Gelsomino Notturno / Nacht-Jasmin). Perhaps the Italian Nobel brand also sets a trend here, for so far the enchanting scent of the ornamental shrub is well known, but was hardly used in perfumes.
But the message from Tonatto is clear: some Viburnum varieties also bloom in winter and bring us like the fragrance in a happy mood through dreary, cold days! The Soliflore fragrance, which was first published in 2016 and dominates the bloom-absolute, is supported by night jasmine, violet, iris and lilies. In addition there is a touch of noble carnation and tuberose. A drop of fruity strawberry stands for the anticipation of coming summer. For warmth and heaviness in gray autumn and winter days, the basic note is white musk and sweet vanilla. Parfumlounge says: A flowery-sweet damenduft with creamy final chord for cold months, but may also be transferred over the whole round year!
Parfumlounge Fragrance pyramid: TONATTO Viburnum
Head note: strawberry and snowball
Heart note: snowball, night jasmine, violet, iris, lily, carnation and tuberose
Base note: White musk and vanilla
Parfumlounge Tip: Fragrance Snowball / Viburnum
The ornamental shrub with its bulging branches from the family of muskweedweed plants is a beautiful view in parks and gardens all year round. In the summer (and in some species even in mild winters), the globular, fragrant flowers show up, in the autumn the foliage shines, and later deep (poisonous) fruits are added. The genus of the fragrance snowball comes originally from China. In homeopathy Viburnum is used mainly in the field of women's health.