Nest Fragrances Black Tulip

Nest Fragrances Black Tulip - perfume for women

Black Tulip by Nest Fragrances - A modern chypre fragrance for women. This seductive scent, created by Laura Slatkin and perfumer Jerome Epinette, includes notes of dark cherries, sensual florals, violet, jasmine, oakmoss, and patchouli. Inspired by a photo of a black parrot tulip, Slatkin worked with Russian artist Alexander Solodukho to design the botanical illustration on the Black Tulip packaging. Launched in February 2017 this alluring and feminine perfume is available in an eau de parfum spray and rollerball from Sephora.

Nest Fragrances Black Tulip Fragrance

Nest Fragrances Black Tulip Perfume

Nest Fragrances Black Tulip - fragrance info

Perfume House Nest Fragrances
Introduced February 2017
Perfumer Jerome Epinette
Scent Classification Chypre
Fragrance Notes Top -- black amber plum, dark cherries, pink peppercorn
Heart -- Japanese violet, Indonesian jasmine
Base -- oakmoss, patchouli
Package Design Artist Alexander Solodukho designed the botanical artwork on the perfume bottle.
Print/TV Campaign  
Available Products Eau de Parfum 1.7 oz / $72, Rollerball 0.27 oz / $25

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Nest Fragrances Black Tulip

"Black amber plum is nuanced by the aroma of patchouli, pink pepper, and Japanese violet. Notes: Black Amber Plum, Pink Pepper, Japanese Violet, Indonesian Jasmine, Patchouli Style: Seductive. Alluring. Provocative" --nestfragrances.com

"We started with the dark rich cherries and black amber plum accord and, for sensuality, we added night-blooming Indonesian jasmine and Japanese violet," said [Laura] Slatkin. "For freshness, we added pink peppercorns and, to give the fragrance a rich body, we added oak moss and patchouli. The result is simply extraordinary. Black Tulip is the most seductive fragrance I've created yet." --Press Release 02/07/2017

Nest Fragrances Black Tulip - perfume editorials


Nest Fragrances Black Tulip Perfume editorial Marie Claire Popping Bottles
Marie Claire - March 2017
Nest Fragrances Black Tulip

Fragrance Files - Popping Bottles
From the heady aroma to the mood-altering effects, a beautiful perfume has a lot in common with a great wine - just ask a sommelier. Divinely scented and crafted by trained specialists, perfumes can be sophisticated blends of distinguished provenance or simpler mixtures in flashy glass bottles that tell a story. Likewise, the same could be said of a wine. We asked Sarah Clarke, general manager of Osteria Mozza and beverage director for Mozza Restaurant Group in Los Angeles, to test out some new perfumes, giving us her first impressions (before she knew the notes used in the blend), and then a wine pairing and review after we gave her more details on the scents.

Nest Black Tulip ($68 for 1.7 oz., sephora.com)
FIRST IMPRESSION: "You know when cantaloupe gets really ripe? There's definitely that melon-y, musky quality here."
FRAGRANCE NOTES: An Oriental blend of black plum, patchouli, pink pepper, and Japanese violet.
WINE EQUIVALENT: "I'm going to get a little crazy and say it's reminiscent of Gewürztraminer, a white that's spicy and has some candied orange peel."
SOMMELIER VERDICT: "This perfume was tricky, because it's so complex. The muskiness is there, but also the melon notes and even some higher tones of grapefruit peel."

Beautiful Perfumes are Like Wine:

(Goldstein, J. "Fragrance Files: Popping Bottles." Marie Claire Mar. 2017: 188-190)



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