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Carnal Flower by Frederic Malle

With tuberose, nature offers her own take on dramatic olfactive clashes. Dominique Ropion's third creation for Editions De Parfums by Frederic Malle is an outstanding floral perfume that exudes sex appeal without crossing the boundary into vulgarity. Its non-overwhelming lavishness has the capacity to bond perfectly with the wearer's skin while still remaining true to nature.

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Superb 17 Jun 2016

review by Mariana

5 out of 5 stars

"This perfume was my signature scent for many years , such a beautiful tuberose , the best I've ever smell. I encourage women to buy it without regrets"


Sensual pleasure 13 Apr 2016

review by Star Monroe

5 out of 5 stars

"Carnal Flower is my go-to spring/summer fragrance. It smells seductive and alluring. There is a heady depth that pulls you and envelopes you in love. I feel exotic, sensual and romantic all at the same time. It is a such a beautiful fragrance."


Spectacular authenticity! 14 Apr 2015

review by Adam

5 out of 5 stars

"If you love the fragrance of natural fresh tuberose flowers like I do, then you will most definitely be blown away by this masterpiece. You will smell like the authentic flower. The rest of the components simply blend perfectly and provide absolute delight from the top notes to the heart and the base notes. Its longevity is phenomenal without getting invasive and it has great sillage to stop others in their tracks when they get a breeze of this glorious scent. I get a breath of paradise when I smell this on myself. I have found my favourite scent!"


Bliss 19 Sep 2013

review by Sara McGavin

5 out of 5 stars

"Carnal Flower is the most intoxicating experience I have ever had with fragrance. I climb into the heart of this flower, and can almost feel the moisture of nectar on my skin and the gold-dust of pollen in my hair. I inhale again and the greenness radiates. I marvel at how this greenness, a note I usually avoid in perfumery, can be so divine here. But it truly has all the complex subtlety of nature, all the sap and the life, the heart-filling glory. As its petals envelop me, it is simultaneously luscious and luminous - and it is the union of this succulent carnality and this delicacy that reflects all the elements of me as a woman. I could never have imagined that I, usually drawn to rose, leather and animalic notes, would have Carnal Flower as my most beloved fragrance. But when a child it was the scent I would grow up to wear and when an old lady it will be the scent of my memories."