Iris, Heliotrope, Rose, Jasmine.
Musk, Amber, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Peach, Apricot.
Tresor seems to run the gamut according to reviewers. I assumed I would find it a bit polarizing, but after wearing it for a few days, it leans more toward the conventional, Fruity-Floral genre than anything. Tresor is a substantial, feminine perfume and that, in itself, will cause some to enjoy it and others to shun it.
Tresor opens with what I perceive as Aldehyde and Bergamot. It shimmers momentarily before revealing the percolating Rose and Fruit combination. Throughout the Intro and heart accords, Tresor flaunts its femininity, not to mention its moist Rose and Fruit collaboration.
These two stages have a commanding presence, but I never find them overwhelming or cloying. They vie for your attention and only in the base and extended drydown does Tresor transition, both in aroma and volume.
Tresor is a valid feminine that would behave exceptionally well in cooler temperatures and is perhaps better suited for a woman as opposed to a girl. Sillage is good with longevity hovering around the 5 hour mark. Thumbs up from Aromi for Lancome's Tresor.