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Pentecost (2012)
by PK Perfumes


Pentecost information

Year of Launch2012
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HousePK Perfumes
PerfumerPaul Kiler

About Pentecost

Pentecost is a shared / unisex perfume by PK Perfumes. The scent was launched in 2012 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Paul Kiler

Reviews of Pentecost

Stardate 20190816:

Cheap floral. Rose used in this reminds me of a floor cleaner. Pass
16th August, 2019
Hmmmm... I smell a mix of grape juice and nose-tingling soapy white flowers over dark forest greens, with hints of mint and burning electric wires giving the whole thing a sense of oddness. The grape mixes with the dark elements to feel a bit jammy, while the juxtaposition of the bright pretty perfumey flowers and the gloomy darkness of the grape/green combo is what creates most of the interest.

This is the kind of scent perfectly sums up my thoughts on the current state of indie perfumes - it's better than many and includes genuinely original ideas. That being said, it's based on a fantastic story of roses raining down on a church, which I'm afraid it doesn't realize. It's loud concentration feels more like naiveté than elegance, but it's still interesting enough to very much be worth a sniff. Thumbs up for originality, but I'm not sure this is really what I want to smell like...
03rd August, 2016
The effect of this scent is best described as a pale green reed note. Although not listed in the ingredients, the dry woody note of artemesia is most dominant to my nose. In fact it is the only linear note.

I detect none of the "tons of roses" that are implied to be within, none of the other florals, or the incense notes.

Just the linear green reed note. Disappointing and almost a non-scent.
16th January, 2015
This is an astonishingly beautiful scent, centred on rose and jasmine. The opening is a bit green and conveys an image of a green rose, which slowly deepens into a red hue. The floral notes are very attractive and natural. They are substantial but not heavy, sweet or cloying. Perhaps the birch leaf adds to a green-leafy note at the beginning. Perhaps the myrrh deepens and develops the floral notes. I don't get incense as a separate element, nor sandalwood. Overall, the scent is well blended and subtle. At times there is something like peach or apricot in the dry-down, but that too is very pleasant. Arguably more of interest to the female market, but it is dry enough to suit some men.
07th November, 2014

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