Coeur De Noir Eau De Parfum

£115.00 exc. VAT £95.83

(2 customer reviews)

Coeur De Noir Eau De Parfum – Here we consider the relationship between the sea and the art it has inspired.

Pen and ink drawings of yachts, old libraries of nautical fiction and tattoos are all referenced here in this warm, dark fragrance. Accords of Black Ink dominate; spiced rum; papers lost and found; the familiar dry accords of leather bound books balanced with warm enigmatic notes of vanilla pipe tobacco. All finely based around a dark heart of birch tar and labdanum.

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Beaufort London Coeur De Noir Eau De Parfum

Coeur De Noir Eau De Parfum

50ml
1.7 Fl OZ

Coeur de Noir fragrance profile diagram

INGREDIENTS: ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM, ALPHA-ISO-METHYLIONONE, CITRAL, COUMARIN, GERANIOL, LIMONENE, LINALOOL

Additional information

Weight .25 kg

2 reviews for Coeur De Noir Eau De Parfum

  1. Chris B (verified owner)

    Art. You’re wearing art as perfume.
    Right away, Cœur de Noir opens with an ice pick of bracing ginger followed by deep leather. Ginger and rum top followed by a dry, ink and paper accord middle with smokey leather base. Don’t be mistaken though- the birch and leather are there from the beginning.
    If HdP’s 1740 is the sexy, libidinous seducer then CdN is the dark, brooding seducer.
    With one spray I get about 1 metre of projection with a monstrous sillage (my coworker said he could smell me in the hallway a good 10-15min after I walked in). Longevity/projection is around 8-10hrs on me before becoming much closer for another 10-12hrs- could still smell this while showering the next morning.
    I would definitely wear this more often if the shipping alone didn’t add another $85 USD and if I lived in a cooler climate.
    Use: mid Autumn through early Spring
    Age: 35+

  2. Scott Osborne (verified owner)

    It’s a moment in time.

    An old worn map lies on the rum soaked table in the captains cabin of a 18th century ship in the early hours of the night. Fresh ink inscribes a new course to Hispaniola. An extinguished lantern fills the room with sweet smoke which is darkened by the tar on the wooden floor. As the rising sun hits the table and an old leather coat hanging on the back of the chair, the smoke settles and the rum dries. The cabin door opens.

    Masterpiece.

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