Tuberose Criminelle by Serge Lutens – the 13 word review

If I have a fault as a writer it’s that I’m a terrible waffler so in a rare attempt at brevity I am going to try to sum up the exquisite Tuberose Criminelle – the new fragrance by Serge Lutens in just one sentence. And here it is…

Tuberose Criminelle: as if a rose were standing above you brandishing handcuffs and a whip. There, job done.

A limited edition unisex fragrance with notes of tuberose, jasmine, orange blossom, hyacinth, musk and vanilla (amongst others) Tuberose Criminelle is available from Liberty from 3rd October and nationwide from 17th priced £78 for 50 ml EDP.

3 thoughts on “Tuberose Criminelle by Serge Lutens – the 13 word review

  1. paul

    Very nice perfume indeed. Just one note: it’s not the “new” Serge Lutens, it has been around for about 10 years. It the current version any different from the regular one? To my nose, it has always been fairly unisex. As unisex as tuberose can be on a man, that is.

    1. Yes it has been out for years at his boutique in Paris (Launched in Les Salons du Palais Royal in 1999) but I believe this is the the first time it’s been readily available in the UK, though as a limited edition, it’ll only be around for limited period.
      I agree, for something so big on tuberose it’s remarkably wearable. Sexy too.

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