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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Perfume Name L'Artisan Piment Brulant
Year Introduced 2002
Perfumer Bertrand Duchafour
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de toilette, edt
Notes Hot pepper, chocolate, vanilla, clove, cinnamon, poppy, musk, amber
Country of Origin France

  

Piment Brulant is a spicy Oriental fragrance inspired by the Aztec drink xocotatl which is made from chocolate and chili.

 

Full bottles can be purchased at Beauty Encounter.

More information and L'Artisan reviews can be found at:

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  • Allen Licorice Rain - 27th Jan 2015

    4
    Ignore the listed notes, it smells like a vegetable garden.

    Just because “cocoa” and “vanilla” are listed in the fragrance description doesn’t mean Piment Brulant is a sweet fragrance; there’s nothing sweet about it! In fact, I can’t smell any cocoa or chocolate OR vanilla. Not one ounce of sugary sweetness here, just a vegetable garden… FRESH vegetables. Fresh, but not in a soapy or “aqua” way. I know it has clove in it, but the clove note is so well-blended that it isn’t noticeable. Overall, a somewhat unique, although somewhat familiar, fragrance. Whatever their original intention, I give L’Artisan a Thumbs Up for duplicating the smell of a farmers market, and converting it into a surprisingly wearable fragrance.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    Bizarre

    Hot rubber accord (think "Bvlgari Black" or "Tea for Two") and red licorice open this. In a few minutes, tomato stems join the party. It gradually becomes a green tart scent, and the red licorice morphs into something like a chocolate gummy - if such a thing exists.

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  • Allen Licorice Rain - 27th Jan 2015

    4
    Ignore the listed notes, it smells like a vegetable garden.

    Just because “cocoa” and “vanilla” are listed in the fragrance description doesn’t mean Piment Brulant is a sweet fragrance; there’s nothing sweet about it! In fact, I can’t smell any cocoa or chocolate OR vanilla. Not one ounce of sugary sweetness here, just a vegetable garden… FRESH vegetables. Fresh, but not in a soapy or “aqua” way. I know it has clove in it, but the clove note is so well-blended that it isn’t noticeable. Overall, a somewhat unique, although somewhat familiar, fragrance. Whatever their original intention, I give L’Artisan a Thumbs Up for duplicating the smell of a farmers market, and converting it into a surprisingly wearable fragrance.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    Bizarre

    Hot rubber accord (think "Bvlgari Black" or "Tea for Two") and red licorice open this. In a few minutes, tomato stems join the party. It gradually becomes a green tart scent, and the red licorice morphs into something like a chocolate gummy - if such a thing exists.

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