Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge Eau De Parfum Review

Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge Eau De Parfum Review

Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge Eau De Parfum Review

Tom Ford Parfum review

Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge Eau De Parfum Review

On my recent trip to Bali I got a bit carried away in the duty free shops at the airport. My favourite purchase was the Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge Eau de Parfum £155 for 50ml. Having heard so much about Tom Ford fragrances I was thinking of getting Tobacco Vanille or Santal Blush, however after smelling Jasmin Rouge my mind was made up.

What Tom Ford Say About The Product

“Voluptuous. Sensuous. Audacious. Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge is a voluptuous, saturated, spiced floral… it unveils a new facet of jasmine’s erotic decadence.”

The Packaging

As I would expect with a Tom Ford product, the packaging is incredibly luxurious. The gold accents compliment the deep red bottle which matches the perfume perfectly: oriental, feminine and a bit sexy. The bottle would look perfect on any dresser wither in the protective box or out of it.

The Product

The scent of Jasmine is comforting and calming, it is floral and sweet without being too sickly or girly, there is also a slight spicy scent to it which gives it a grown up feeling. Whilst in Bali there were a lot of Jasmine flowers and this scent reminds me of my Holiday and feeling relaxed. Although there are lots of notes in the fragrance, it is unmistakably the Jasmine which I love – if you want something with different notes coming through then this might not be for you. I have found the perfume to be long lasting and stays on all day.

Final Thoughts

This is definitely my new favourite perfume, I love the smell and although the price makes me want to savour it and keep it for special occasions, it is worth every penny! I will definitely be repurchasing this when it runs out (which I hope isn’t too soon!). There are also bath and body products to compliment the perfume which I would love to try.


Alcohol Denat., Water (aqua), Fragrance (parfum), Linalool, Benzyl Salicylate, Hydroxy citronellal, Limonene, Benzyl cinnamate, Benzyl Benzoate, Geraniol, Eugenol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citronellol, Isoeugenol, Farnesol, Benzyl Alcohol, Cinnamal, Coumarin


Black and White Peppercorn, Clary Sage, Sambac Jasmin Sepals Absolute, Ylang Ylang, Labdanum Resin, Amber.

Have you tried Jasmin Rouge? What do you think of it?

Lily x

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