POIVRE PIQUANT by L'Artisan Parfumeur is a unisex “Eau de Toilette” from the Oriental Spicy olfactory family. It was launched in 2002 by the perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour who was inspired by India's own marriage ritual and its aromatic customs.
They describe it as the carnal fragrance, spicy and sweet in its proper measure, which is able to mix white pepper with honey and wash it with licorice to achieve a unique creation full of warm and oriental nuances. Its olfactory pyramid is linear and its very unified notes are perceived, giving way to each other, without detracting from the limelight. Thus, we find the wonderful white pepper accompanied by the creaminess of the milk and sugar, in addition to the sweet honey. His most personal notes are woods and licorice.
KAMA SUTRA. Originally, it is a love treatise written in Sanskrit that goes far beyond the sexual. In it, an Indian wedding is narrated, in which the bride sees how her veil is sprinkled with sugar and pepper. Sugar symbolizes the sweetness of the moment and the couple life that awaits you. Pepper represents joy and passion that should never be lacking in your marriage.
NICHE PERFUMERY. L'Artisan Parfumeur's creations are not an attempt to replicate what nature can do, but an abstract interpretation of how her perfumers feel when they experience the scents of nature and raw materials.