Eau de Cacao (2006)
    by Coppeneur


    • Launched: 2006
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Unknown - Let us know
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know




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    foetidus
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    Bakers chocolate is right. Bitter chocolate with just a touch of other goodies in the accord. They are not very apparent, but they are there: the tonka and vanilla, the praline, the jasmine combine to form a delicious accord of bitter chocolate – bittersweet chocolate. Eau de Cacao is fairly subtle and doesn’t throw an awful lot of sillage, so it’s a dependably discreet fragrance. It is rather linear and, in this case, that’s a good thing because the accord is so right, and the chocolate note doesn’t degrade as some other chocolate fragrances do. This is a nicely refined, fragrance. Its primary problem is that the fragrance is rather short lived. Very nice scent, though.

    09 March, 2008

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    This is true chocolate with out being sickeningly sweet or artificial smelling.
    Like sniffing a steaming mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter's night. Would be great for evenings out, curling up with someone special, or during the holidays.

    07 December, 2006

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    Coppeneur is a maker of premium chocolates which has apparently decided to market a chocolate fragrance as well with Eau de Cacao. Although a variety of notes are purported to be in Eau de Cacao (rum, fruit, jasmine, sandalwood, chocolate, praline, tonka bean, vanilla, musk, and Peru balsam), it smells almost exactly like baker's chocolate. In that sense, it's unlike most chocolate-based fragrances both because it smells like dark, dusty chocolate (as opposed to milk chocolate or hot cocoa) and because there is little in the way of other notes balancing things out.

    This is an intense smell, and it's not something I could ever wear to the office, but it actually does work due to the fact that it's not overly sweet. It's expensive ($50 for a one ounce bottle), but a little goes a long way. Samples can be ordered from luckyscent.com.

    05 November, 2006

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