Tom Ford Debuted an Addition to His Private Blend Line Today and It’s Everything You’d Want in a Fall Fragrance
Hello, October! If the how-is-it-this-late-in-the-year question? and corresponding lower-temperature readings are causing pause, consider this: Today also marks the official debut of Tom Ford’s latest Private Blend fragrance, a luxe fruit-floral addition, aptly named Bitter Peach ($350).
Like all things Tom Ford, the scent is rather intoxicating—and the “fruity-floral” adjective doesn’t totally do it justice (the official word from the brand is that it is best described as “sweet turns suggestive.”)
If you’re looking for a scratch-and-sniff peach scent, this isn’t it: It’s sensual, multifaceted and, at times, slightly spicy and woody, with spikes and surges of cardamom oil, sandalwood, vanilla, rum and jasmine absolute giving the opening mix of Pêche de Vigne and Sicilian blood orange oil an almost “dark” nature.
The official list of notes involves even more unexpected pairings, as patchouli, heliotrope, cognac oil and Tonka bean also make appearances.
The end result is something that’s fully rich, and not easily discernible, exactly the kind of fragrance we’ve come to expect—and maybe even need right now—from the brand.
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