Serge Lutens Fumerie Turque ~ fragrance review

Serge Lutens Fumerie Turque with wild tobacco images

It’s been a long time since I’ve loved a new Serge Lutens perfume release. Today, I’m reviewing an eleven-year-old Lutens, a personal favorite. I’ve referenced Fumerie Turque1 in almost every tobacco-perfume review I’ve posted over the years, yet never got around to writing about it. I’m down to my last half-inch of Fumerie Turque, so it’s now or, maybe, never!

Tobacco perfumes are varied, but the actual tobacco note I smell most often in colognes is domineering. Even when surrounded by other strong fragrance notes, eventually, tobacco will triumph.

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Wednesday scent of the day 9/17

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What fragrance did you pick today? And do you own a full bottle, and if so, will you replace it when it’s gone? If it’s from a sample, do you think you’ll buy the bottle?

I’m wearing Gobin Daudé’s milky-green Sève Exquise. I do own it, and I would absolutely replace it if it were still in production, but it’s long discontinued.

Reminder: this Friday, 19 September, wear something discontinued…

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