Smoke smells whether from cigarettes or a fire have a tendency to linger in clothing. This smell travels with you and doesn’t help you present a professional impression.
Try these methods for removing the scent:
You might want to try putting the scented tie in the direct sunlight for an hour or so. Don’t leave the tie there very long as the sunlight can fade the material.
You can also use an odor neutralizing spray; although, this is often not the best option. Some sprays leave particulates on the tie. And some just cover the smell.
Another way is to lay your tie out on a dry, clean surface. Sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda on top of the tie. The baking soda should sit two or three hours. Gently shake the baking soda off. If necessary wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Baking soda absorbs most smells without leaving a cover up smell.