Tom Ford unveils Private blend reserve collection that features eight of the brand’s best fragrances

If bold and sensuous with a touch of somber is your smell, fragrances by Tom Ford may in all probability may be your thing. After introducing a range of intoxicating perfumes over the years, the marquee is now back with a consolidated collection of its best scents under the ‘Private Blend Reserve collection’. The limited-edition ensemble dilutes the dilemma of choice and presents you a unique chance to own eight top notch Tom Ford Fragrances under one package.

The exclusive collection will feature – the ‘Amber Absolute’ with the hypnotizing notes of African essence, labdanum, oak wood and vanilla bean, the ‘Arabian Wood’ with a heady mix of florals, spices, exotic woods and orris, the ‘Black Violet’ that presents scents of intense violet with a dash of refreshing citrus, the ‘Bois Marocain’ with dominating tones of incense, patchouli, earthy vetiver and delicate Thuya wood, the ‘Italian Cypress’ – a warm mix of citrus, basil and cypress wood, the ‘Jonquille de Nuit’ with its heady, hypnotic and sensual floral mix, the ‘Rive de’ Ambre’ with seductive amber notes and lastly the ‘Velvet Gardenia’ with a lush touch of Jasmine.

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Each of the sought-after blends from the Tom Ford Private Blend Reserve Collection can either be purchased separately as 50 ml Eau de Parfum bottles priced at $320 each or can be bought as a complete set for $2560 on the brand’s official website. Being limited edition, we’d hurry up on buying these beauties as stocks may run out soon!

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