Tuberose essential oil is extremely expensive, and is used in the most exquisite fine fragrances. This Moonlight Tuberose fragrance begins with top notes of white pear and green apple; followed by middle notes of tuberose, jasmine, lily of the valley, and ginger; sitting on base notes of violet, ylang ylang, peach, vanilla, and fresh woods.
Did You Know? During Aztec times, the tuberose was considered to be a sacred flower of their goddess of art, love, and beauty. The tuberose was one of the earliest plants to be bred to the extent that they are hardly ever seen in the wild. Tuberose flowers bloom after dusk. This is when the flower is most fragrant. There are three varieties that fill the night air with an abundant, sweet perfume. They are the Mexican single, the dwarf, and the Pearl Excelsior. These three are commonly used in the making perfume.