Boucheron Jaipur Homme is a masculine classic amber spicy launched in 1998 - a overlooked hidden gem that has a passionate following. Created by Annick Menardo, it has notes of cardamom, lime, lemon, bergamot, cinnamon, carnation, rose, jasmine, benzoin, tonka bean, patchouli and cedar. Boucheron Jaipur Homme is an eau de parfum, edp. This is in the slightly frosted bottle.
Fragrantica - "An oriental-fougère masterpiece."
Fragrantica - "This scent is so good that I keep the bottle only for those days when I’m not feeling well and when I need something to lift my spirits and put a smile on my face. I can't understand how it is possible that this masterpiece is not more popular with people. When I first discovered this perfume it felt like when I first heard a band or watched a phenomenal movie that not many people had heard of and that meant so much to me. Thank you Annick Menardo for creating this little beautiful miracle."
Fragrantica - "I'm enchanted by the zingy opening swiftly followed by the warm spicy glow of benzoin and cardamom. Can't think of a scent I'd rather be wearing at this time of year in Germany. So glad I found this hidden gem. Don't tell the hipsters about it, k?"
Fragrantica - "This is the scream of subtlety. Incredibly cohesive composition. Notes are angels balanced on the head of a pin. A leisurely slow burner, taking 4-6 hours, to, slowly but surely, reach its scentual apex. By that time, it beautifully fades in and out for the wearer. It states: I'm present, but you have to look for me. I've had compliments and questions, as to what the heck is this beautiful scent you're wearing, only to actually have to think to remember I am wearing Jaipur. Overall: exquisite, dignified, grand, luxurious. A refined rich man's scent of success."
Fragrantica - "Exquisitely made, very, very sexy, smells very expensive, and I can't keep my hands or nose off my man when he wears it."