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Remarkable People (2015)
by Etat Libre d'Orange


Remarkable People information

Year of Launch2015
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 60 votes)

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HouseEtat Libre d'Orange

About Remarkable People

Remarkable People is a shared / unisex perfume by Etat Libre d'Orange. The scent was launched in 2015

Remarkable People fragrance notes

Reviews of Remarkable People

Reminds me a lot of Dunhill Icon. The fruitiness along with the pepper note makes it unisex.I don't see myself getting a full bottle, but this is a decent fragrance in my book. 6.5/10
30th January, 2020
Not bad, but the champagne accord is just grapefruit and pepper, with jasmine support.

Not groundbreaking. Will finish the decant and that's it.
19th May, 2019
Not bad at all with a fruity opening that gives way to some peppery notes that I can only smell away from skin. That combo is very nice as it has some pleasing fruit notes that can be a little hollow but also some good depth and fullness from the heavier pepper notes which are almost like a clean musk.

I think this straddles unisex nicely, could be worn by either sex without issue.

Good projection out of the gates but really start to fade after a couple hours.
15th December, 2018 (last edited: 16th December, 2018)
I agree with the tuttifrutti vibe. Maybe not that cruel but cloying getting up the nose and feminine. However opinions on this are divided. I was recommended this by someone who was effusive about it. That said he is quite closet metro so perhaps fragrances tell you more about the wearer than I thought!
And who wants to smell of Champagne! Anything apart from whisky brandy or some liquor is just stale.

Fragrance: 5/10
Projection: 6.5/10
Longevity: 6/10
27th September, 2018
Decent masculine fragrance. Slightly interesting but not really pushing the boat into anything challenging. It's friendly, a bit fruity, a little woody, all in all very pleasant.
17th July, 2018
In which ELDO skate into the mainstream full speed ahead. Nothing wrong with that, just don’t expect adventure and daring. The opening is pure ‘suave gent’s cologne’ – citrus polished with soapy and cool cardamom. Grapefruit is mentioned in the notes list and its presence is part of the citrus chord but there are also sweeter, smoother things in there which plonk it squarely within the space marked ‘perfume citrus’, quite distinct from ‘real citrus’. The deeper notes – black pepper, the faintest whiff of curry leaf (discernible close to the skin but not in the throw of the perfume) and woods – are handled in an airbrushed manner, much in line with the upmarket barbershop quality one feels this is aiming for. Underneath it all sits a billowy ambery accord which seems to be chawing on some very fruity bubble gum or is just some morphed lavender? This is perhaps one concession too far to the mass market but, what the heck, this thing actually works just fine for casual wear. It’s been buffed to the nth but it remains easygoing and I can imagine it featuring in answers to calls for recommendations of ‘non-offensive’, ‘office-friendly’ perfumes.
18th June, 2018

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