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Tobacco Vanille Tom Ford (2007)

Updated: Jan 30, 2023

"A modern take on an old world men's club. A smooth Oriental, TOBACCO VANILLE opens immediately with opulent essences of Tobacco Leaf and aromatic spice notes. The heart unfolds with creamy Tonka Bean, Tobacco Flower, Vanilla and Cocoa, and finishes with A Dry Fruit Accord, enriched with Sweet Wood Sap."

A simple yet complex taste of Heaven is more appropriate

Opening: Spicy, tobacco leaf, and kind of a wine like smell, somewhat dried sweet fruity smell. You can tell there's vanilla but it doesn't exactly take the main stage till the top notes evaporate.

Heart: Beauty in its sweetest form. The vanilla and cocoa push aside the spices and take the forefront. The spices remain in the background adding a pleasant twist making the waves linear. The cocoa adds a gourmand-vibe to the heart when combined with the vanilla.

Base: The dry down shows a revival of the dried fruit smell in the opening, but it has a sweetness backing it up. The sweetness is part vanilla.

Longevity/Projection: A beastly lasting of more than 12 hours on the fabric (depending upon conditions). A masterpiece fragrance in performance.

Overall Impression: If you're a classy person or looking for a formal scent, here you go. It's pretty sweet though, so you've got to have a bit of a sweet tooth. Absolutely kicks the crap out of any old classy scent. This perfume can make a dress shirt and tie seem like a suit. This makes a tuxedo seem like you stole it from Harrods. You will never smell anything like this that screams "Gentleman!!!" This is the essence of elegance.

A branded version of Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille could cost anywhere around ₹19,000 but a clone perfume of tobacco vanille would cost around ₹800 with strikingly similar notes and a monstrous lasting.


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