And ofcourse Poivre Piquant by l'Artisan
I have been enjoying some fragrances with spicy pepper notes. My favorite right now is New York by Parfums de Nicolai. What are your favorite fragrances with a very noticeable to strong pepper note. Thanks.
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And ofcourse Poivre Piquant by l'Artisan
For black pepper:
Burberry The Beat
For pink pepper:
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I was told by another BN'er this smelled of pepper to him. It is a very tangy vetiver, actually, and very engaging.
Red Vetyver - Montale
Poivre Samarcande by Hermes
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I love wearing Poivre 23 from Le Labo in hot weather
Definitely Poivre Samarcande - one of the better peppers out there.
I get a lot of pepper in Ormonde Jayne's Isfarkand.
And of course there's LV Piper Nigrum (literally, "Black Pepper").
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My favorite is Poivre Samarcande, too but I didn't know it was widely available. I got mine when it was sold separately from the special set of smaller sprays from a few years ago. (Ebay, I think). So, it comes in a regular sized bottle, now? That's the one I would recommend.
Caron's Poivre and Coup de Fouet .
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Armani Bois d'Encens
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Allure pour Homme
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Bulgari Ph Extreme
Um Givenchy Xeryus Rouge (red pepper)
Ralph Lauren - Polo Sport Extreme
One of my first blind buy after joining basenotes. I think it's discontinued now, but well worth it IMHO. Pepper overload for sure, but it's done quite nicely. The only masculine Ralph Lauren fragrance which deserves the word Sport!
How about some Tommy Bahama for Men?
by pepper to you mean the vegetable or the spice?
Spicy Pepper: Versace Black Jeans and Gucci PH
Vegetable: L'Artisan Poivre Piquant (sp?)
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I routinely overload my food with black pepper, but I'm not a big fan of it in fragrances.
Penhaligon's Opus 1870 (a little less pepper and this'd be in my drobe)
Polo Sport Extreme
And some more where it's less upfront:
Frank LA (like mugler + pepper)
Selection Verte (white peppercorn)
Prelude to Love (pink peppercorn)
Eav Des Bavx (red peppercorn)
On my skin, Bulgari Soir smells totally of it.
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Burberry The Beat.
Polo Double Black has a pepper note...its distinct at the beginning.
The Armani mentioned before though has a drier/finer pepper note.
I love pepper scents and I have smelled almost all of the recommendations above.
I'll add one that hasn't been posted. Scent Two: Laurel by Monocle x Comme des Garcons. Yes, it's primarily a laurel fragrance, but it has a boatload of pepper in it.
Penhaligon´s Opus 1870