The smell of tuberose absolute is like an explosive bouquet of white flowers. Its extreme complexity gives the olfactory illusion of different flowers and their extracts. With green and narcotic notes, it approaches the scent of Narcissus species. With its milky notes, exotic flowers such as gardenia, frangipani and tiare emerge from its profile, whose petals are mixed with coconut oil for the traditional Monoi, the scent of the skin under the sun. These exotic notes will combine with cold spices. Tuberose absolute contains fatty acids palmitic, linoleic and linolenic, odorless molecules which constitute 20 percent of the material. Butyric acid gives the fragrance a fat, really buttery note. Its wake is sweet, honeyed, like beeswax or genet absolute, and it evokes gingerbread.