Poivre Bengale Brecourt

3.50 из 5
(6 отзывов)

Poivre Bengale Brecourt

Rated 3.50 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Poivre Bengale Brecourt for women and men of Brecourt

SKU:  0528b9d98c2c Perfume Category:  . Fragrance Brand: Notes:  , , , , , , , .


Poivre Bengale by Brecourt is a Oriental Spicy fragrance for women and men. Poivre Bengale was launched in 2014. The nose behind this fragrance is Emilie Bouge. Top notes are pepper and ginger; middle notes are cloves, nutmeg and sandalwood; base notes are leather, cashmere wood and ambergris.

6 reviews for Poivre Bengale Brecourt

  1. :

    3 out of 5

    Pepper and woody at first, pretty dry too. The leather used here along with the spices gives the fragrance a spicy tea smell. I like the fact that the sweet level is very low and the base is still spicy woods with a dry bitter leather. It’s actually smooth.

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    The dry down is to die for!!!! This stuff lasts and lasts and lasts! I am buying 2 bottles, one as a backup for years down the road.

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    Amazing, it is maybe more men. Like a real man’s perfume.

  4. :

    3 out of 5

    Very similar to Hermes Poivre Samarcande with the pepper vibe. This one goes in a slightly different direction and is definitely more powerful than Hermes. Pepper is the strongest note throughout but I do pick up other notes that I can’t quite dissect. Either way, I think this is an excellent fragrance with nice longevity. Just my opinion.

  5. :

    4 out of 5

    Amazing Fragrance! Starts off with tea notes , start reminds me of Ormande Jayne Montabacco and later turns spicy, longevity and Silage are great.

  6. :

    3 out of 5

    TL;DR: fresh spicy, mostly pepper drying down to pepper/clove/ginger spice blend. More masculine to my nose, nice but not my own style (as a younger woman).
    On my skin this opens with a spicy (over?)dose of pepper, hot, powerful, a touch woody, some cashmeran is discernible too at the opening.
    After maybe 25 mins, the pepper relaxes and more clove/ginger come forward. Claims for this collection’s (Brecourt’s Ephémère collection) rare ingredient – Bengal long pepper – “never before used in perfumery” don’t do much to change my impression that the pepper is making it too masculine for me, even though the clove fights for dominance later. I’m all about some leather and occasionally ambergris, but I get neither; this is something I think I’d much prefer on a man. Then again, I’m not super into fresh spicy unless there’s a semi sweet base for it, this is more of a dry spice, like fragrant sauna wood with lots of pepper.
    If you liked Kenzo’s L’Elephant but found it too sweet in undertone this may be your solution. Also VERY strong, 1 spray will do and lasts and lasts even on my scent eating skin. If the description of the note style of this scent (top right) sounds appealing, you’ll probably love it.

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