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The name is on the jar for a reason. This is a powerful and warm tuberose scent with green stem touches and a bit of jasmine to add some extra white floral bloom. As it continues to burn, you'll pick up on resinous, amber notes and even a little dried fruit with a milky tonka bean foundation in the base. Just enough to add some warmth and richness but never to the point that you would confuse this for anything other than a floral candle. Diptyque rarely disappoints in their blend, performance, or throw. This is no exception. It’s pricey, but it’s also luxury. You get what you pay for here.