Iris Tubereuse Perfume by Creed, Iris Tubereuse, released in 2014, is a youthful, optimistic perfume with a refined essence.
Dazzling and bright, it is sure to capture attention. The complex opening features violet leaf, galbanum, and orange. Each ingredient offers its own sweetness, while lending floral, green, and citrus notes. The middle is distinctly floral, making beautiful use of lily, lily of the valley, and tuberose. Their fresh, intoxicating aromas fill out the fragrance. Orange
blossom, vanilla, and musk form a pleasantly warm and bitter base. Powdery and clean, this perfume is best experienced during the day.
Creed was established in London in 1760. Originally a tailoring business, it found success as a perfumery in the 1980s. Olivier Creed and his son, Erwin, are the current noses behind the fragrances. The company is known for developing scents for private clients and then later releasing them to the wider public. There are now boutiques selling these products in Paris, New York, London, Kuwait, and Dubai. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Creed. In 1760, in London, James Henry Creed founded the House of Creed. It rapidly grew a favourite with the English Court and Queen Victoria appointed Creed an official supplier. Soon, the House of Creed was chosen by all the courts of Europe : from Napoléon III, Empress Eugénie, Francis-Joseph, Elizabeth of Austro-Hungaria to Chritina of Spain
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