Everyone has a perfume that resonates with their soul. Perfumes, to a certain extent, can also reflect a person’s taste and personality. Recently, many brands have been extracting aromatic ingredients from tobacco and incorporating tobacco scents into their fragrances, creating some captivating tobacco-themed perfumes. Today, I will take you through a list of unique tobacco-scented perfumes.The best Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille cologne
Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille
One of the representatives of Chanel’s Les Exclusifs collection, tTom Ford Tobacco Vanille cologne，his classic woody fragrance was developed by Gabrielle Chanel in 1930. It combines the warm earthy scent with the rooty aroma of vetiver and tobacco. Under the influence of tobacco, the dryness of the vetiver root complements the tobacco base, creating a warm, gentle smoky woody fragrance that exudes an elegant and refined temperament.
Serge Lutens Chergui
In this fragrance by Serge Lutens, the top notes consist of a blend of honey and iris-scented tobacco. However, it doesn’t give off a strong tobacco-smoke feeling. Instead, it brings a sweet and honeyed sensation that balances out the tobacco. As the honey note fades, the tobacco and iris gradually emerge, with the iris itself having a slightly soapy quality that becomes much cleaner when blended into the overall scent. Musk and amber are later added, merging with the tobacco and sandalwood notes to create an image of the air evaporating in the desert, evoking a sense of exoticism under the scorching North African sun
The top notes have a hint of berry scent, like red wine in a barrel, but it quickly dissipates.
Afterwards, a sweet woody fragrance emerges, neither salty nor old, but fresh with a touch of green. During this stage, the scent leans towards a powdery feel, but definitely not cloying, it’s gentle and radiant.
Then, the scent of vetiver becomes prominent, with a feeling of wet grass and damp coolness after rain. It’s refreshing and slightly moist.
In the base notes, there is amber and pink pepper, faintly reminiscent of the intense soapy and smoky vibe of Narciso for Her black bottle, which is quite intriguing. Throughout the day, there is a lingering blend of ebony and vanilla, a subtle sweetness and a calm sensuality. It’s also suitable for evening dates, as it makes people want to keep smelling it.
Overall, I feel that this fragrance leans more towards feminine, and if used by men, it might be a bit too alluring. It’s a good choice for a woody fragrance that is vibrant without being overpowering, and it doesn’t feel too heavy.