A fragrance by Tom Ford, precisely one with the name and concept of Bitter Peach, is a lot of fun. I adore how the poison is presented configured and enclosed in a vitreous cyanide chamber like a nectarous toxin. or nail polish with a high shine. A bitter peach is an oxymoron since we anticipate its flesh to be pleasant unless we bite into the deadly amygdala kernel. After spraying Bitter Peach on your skin, you must say that you could identify some of the notes, but not all of them.
The new Tom Ford Bitter Peach Perfume, which I tried yesterday at Yokohama Takashimaya (41000 – about $400 for the small bottle pictured), begins brightly, like peach pot-pourried wood shavings (blood orange, cardamom); easygoing and upbeat; but quickly, at least for me, becomes sickly and cloying; a peach skin without pores, as davana-infused cognac and rum blend with labdanum and vanilla. Along with the notes I had already identified, there was also a spicy smell. Because if the peach were overbearing, this perfume would not have met up to the high requirements of a high-end luxury scent, thus it is great that it is not.
About the Tom Ford Bitter Peach fragrance
Thomas Ford Wearing Bitter Peach is a relaxing experience. On your skin, it has a wonderful scent. Bitter Peaches have two distinct scents: the top is citrus and fiery, and the bottom is lovely and sweet, almost flowery. This is immediately apparent. Because the smell varies so greatly from one sort of smell to the next, this type of scent can feel amazing on a lady, especially if you’re not sure which type of scent you wish to wear.
When wearing Bitter Peach, you’ll also note how beautiful the Tom Ford fragrance bottle is immediately away. This bottle was well-designed by the designers. Intoxicating Peche de Vigne and Sicilian blood orange oil reveal the slippery sweetness of the bitter peach at its ripeness peak. You are seduced by the patchouli and rum infuse Davan oil. If you enjoy the scent of peaches, davana oil, labdanum absolute, and patchouli oil, Bitter Peach is a must-try. On your skin, this perfume is quite nice.
Tom Ford Bitter Peach perfume notes
Top Notes of this fragrance
- Pêche de vigne in agreement
- Sicilian blood orange oil
- Cardamom oil
- Dandelion oil
- Absolute rum.
- Liquor oil.
- Absolute jasmine sambac
Base notes of this perfume
- Resinous Benzoin.
- Absolute tonka bean.
- Absolute labdanum
- Resinous Styrax.
- Patchouli from Indonesia.
Characteristics of the Bitter Peach perfume
The unisex scent Bitter Peach by Tom Ford is available. Given how challenging it is to develop smells that appeal to both men and women, I wholeheartedly support Tom Ford’s strategy for making shared perfumes for ladies and gentlemen. As a result, developing a unisex scent takes a lot of work and creativity. I do not doubt that both male and female scent connoisseurs will give Tom Ford Bitter Peach top marks for its fun and delicious attitude. Even though Tom Ford Bitter Peach is a rich fragrance, I have to admit that it is somewhat unoriginal. Despite its lack of innovation, this Tom Ford perfume is nonetheless incredibly expensive.
Tom Ford claimed a few years ago that the Private Blend fragrances are unconstrained by the rules of popular scent-making. This fragrance, however, cannot substantiate that assertion. However, I want to emphasize that this is not an issue at all because unconventional products rarely succeed in the market. I sincerely submit that I must disagree with Tom Ford regarding the sensual aspect of Bitter Peach Perfume because I do not detect any eroticism in this fragrance. But once more, I think it is natural and usual for individuals to interpret a single fragrance differently. I was surprised that Tom Ford refused to provide the name of the perfumer (or perfumers) responsible for this particular scent. I think the nose or noses who created this newest scent in the Tom Ford line merit appreciation for their work.
Duration and sillage of Bitter Peach
On my skin, this Tom Ford perfume lingers for about 5 hours. It doesn’t have the best longevity, but what counts is that it smells wonderful and lasts a decent amount of time. It has outstanding sillage, and individuals who enjoy spicing up their surroundings and have the means to do so may generously spritz it to stimulate themselves.
This perfume’s packaging
Tom Ford’s Bitter Peach is offered in Eau de Parfum quantities of 50 ml, 100 ml, and 250 ml. The 50 ml and 100 ml bottles above have already been shown to you. The 250 ml container, as shown in the image below, has a round lid, whereas the smaller bottles have square caps. Each bottle has been expertly and formally designed. The depth generated by the clear outer layer and the delicately tinctured orange inner core gives the bottles a very pleasing appearance.