A soliflore perfume is meant to smell like a single flower, nothing more. But don't think that means a simple, linear scent -- not if you're talking about tuberose. The tuberose flower has a magnificently complex, morphing, multi-faceted fragrance that is hard to nail down in perfume, but Jeffrey Dame did it. Soliflore Tuberose captures all of the elements of the flower that on their own are not unusual but together make tuberose a marvel of nature: the camphorous opening; the white, buttery center; the earthy scent of roots. Spray it on your wrist, then sit back and marvel at the show.
Dame Perfumery Scottsdale is the creation of Jeffrey Dame, a veteran of the fragrance industry. He collaborates on the project with his son, Cullen, a budding scent aficionado and artist, with whom he has built a new line of modern American perfumes.