Parfum d’Empire Tabac Tabou ~ fragrance review

Parfum d'Empire Tabac Tabou

Tabac Tabou is the latest from French niche line Parfum d’Empire. It’s sort of limited edition — the brand says it will be produced yearly in limited quantities, with the year of production listed on the label.

Tabac Tabou was high on my “can’t wait to sample” list, not least because I so loved the fairly recent Azemour Les Orangers and Corsica Furiosa (the fragrance released between those two, Musc Tonkin, I admittedly didn’t much care about either way). Plus: tobacco, narcissus, fresh hay, honey? That sounds most excellent, in fact, it sounded so excellent to me that I’ll repeat the description, originally from Luckyscent:

In Tabac Tabou, the tobacco leaf arrives folded in whiffs of fresh hay and wild landscape, rich and utterly untamed…

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