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Tumulte Homme by Christian Lacroix Review

Tumulte Homme by Christian Lacroix Review 1

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Tumulte Homme by Christian Lacroix Review
Description
The perfume bottle it comes in may not scream sophisticated, but for us, the scent very much does. Not in the ultra-suave manner, but more like in an effortlessly sleek way. Tumulte pour Homme highlights plum early on, which is given more character by violets, and later by woodsy accords. It is complex, clean and fresh, and does not have the off-putting synthetic vibe that many others with a similar list of notes have.
Sillage
66
Longevity
76
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Positives
We feel that the combination is complex
Feels clean and fresh
The accords smell more natural than in other scents
Negatives
Not a very unique blend regardless of quality
Bottle goes overboard with ornaments
71
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You would not know it from its indigo bottle, but Tumulte pour Homme was made by Christian Lacroix with a decisive, put together man in mind. The choice in packaging would be better explained by one of its top notes, plum, which is further defined by the presence of other accords, among them violet, pelargonium, sandalwood, incense, patchouli and cedar. It was blended by Nathalie Gracia-Cetto back in 2005. There is a feminine counterpart in Tumulte, also released in 2005.

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