The Bloom of a Tuberose at Night

By April 17, 2019 May 17th, 2019 One Comment

The Tuberose’s rich fragrance is often a staple in fragrances due to its strong aromatic blend. In the same class as the Jasmine flower, Hope Fragrances appreciates the white floral scents that compliment each other within its brand. Simply adding the uplifting essence that makes up hope in a time where hope is so greatly needed.

The blend of Tuberose and Jasmine combined together to create such an opulent depth in the Hope Fragrances scent. And with the infusion of these floral scents, it’s fitting that they all offer some natural components of healing. Mostly through just the fragrance of each flower. A mix of Tuberose, Gardenia, Jasmine, and Lily of The Valley inducing and uplifting the spirit like a gentle breeze in the springtime air.

This multi-petalled flower’s rich and velvety opulence was banned during the reign of Queen Victoria. Described as “The sweetest flower for a scent that blows” by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Many describe this aroma as an outburst of narcotic white florals that intoxicate and bring sweet and exotic delight to the senses. While the tuberose typically blooms during the summer, it also has some night-blooming characteristics. It encourages hope and peace in dark hours, another idyllic scent for hope in the face of mental illnesses like depression. Which is why the one-hundred percent of the proceeds from each purchase goes directly to research for depression.

Interesting facts about Tuberose:

  1. Member of the Agave family
  2. In Hawaiian culture, tuberose was frequently used in wreaths and bouquets made to wear at weddings.
  3. Tuberose can also intensify the flavor of chocolate
  4. It’s a circulatory booster, producing a warming sensation throughout the body, boosting libido and stamina

Tea time with Hope Fragrances and the scent of tuberose

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