The Orchid Man

The French Boxer, Georges Carpentier, was nicknamed "The Orchid Man" by Americans in the 1920's in reference to the flowers he wore on his jacket.
Frapin took inspiration from this war hero for their modern-day Chypre. Right out the gate, you are sucker-punched by a burst of bright, sparkling bergamot. Then you're hit again from the leather of the boxing glove blended with fresh jasmine petals - a nod to Georges' flowers. Finally, It's a TKO when the patchouli and oak moss come out. This is a powerful Eau de Parfum to honor a distinguished, virile gentleman.

Top Notes: Black Pepper, Bergamot

Heart Notes: Leather Accord, Jasmine Petals

Base Notes: Patchouli, Amber, Oak Moss