Lancôme is quite a successful house. One of its most popular scents has a new release, La Nuit Trésor Fleur de Nuit. This will be the brand’s 11th flanker to the original scent in the last 8 years. That alone speaks to the success of this line. On top of that, the bottles are iconic, and they grace the wardrobes of tens of thousands of women worldwide and maybe even some men as well.
La Nuit Trésor Fleur de Nuit is a promising flanker chock full of seductive florals with a shot of gourmand thrown in. Ispahan rose with damask rose combined with the moonlit kiss of jasmine and tuberose to create a midnight stroll through a garden full of romance. The Belle de Nuit bouquet creates a warm and floral embrace, while a macchiato sings its praise with a creamy chantilly accord and a dark kiss of patchouli to ground it.
I would imagine this will be dark and somewhat sweet, given the accords used. Maybe gourmand leaning as well. Rose and coffee give me nightmares from the insipid Montale release, Intense Cafe. A beautiful selection of charming florals that will no doubt be the star of the show. I expect this to be a rich floral scent that has a gourmand kiss. I do expect that patchouli haters won’t like this scent, because it will likely show through given its aroma against the backdrop of the rest.
La Nuit Tresor Fleur de Nuit Notes
Top– Ispahan Rose and Damask Rose
Heart – Tuberose, Jasmine, and Belle de Nuit Accord
Base – Macchiato Coffee, Chantilly Cream, and Patchouli
The diamond-shaped bottle dons a deep pink-like hue that transcends to black. The neck features a black rose. As I said before, the bottle is stunning.
La Nuit Tresor Fleur de Nuit is currently available in a limited edition on the official website in 30 ml and 50 ml Eau de Parfum.