Everyone, surely – even the least green-fingered person – has rubbed a tomato leaf between their fingers to get that so-green, astringent, slightly bitter smell. (We know many people who say that tomato leaf is their first scent memory, perhaps introduced by a much-loved grandparent who wants to share its so-distinctive, scented furriness.) Its bittersweet freshness works well in Colognes and summer scents, when a shot of ‘green’ is called for.
Smell tomato leaf in:
Aedes de Venustus Eau de Parfum
Donna Karan DKNY
Sisley Eau de Campagne