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pink pepper perfume ingredient

pink pepper

Schinus molle dry, fresh, spicy-sweet, slightly floral, hints of angelica and juniper
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Perfumer's Notes

Pink pepper is produced from the bright pink fruit of the evergreen tree, Schinus molle. Despite the name, it is unrelated to true pepper. Pink pepper (also called pink peppercorn, baies roses, poivre rosé) is less spicy with an underlying sweet, rosy facet that makes it a popular ingredient in rose fragrances. It’s exotic, feminine, optimistic character has made it extremely popular in modern perfumery. It adds a spicy, radiant top note and blends particularly well with floral, woody, and citrus notes.

Pleasures by Estée Lauder, released in 1995, was the first fragrance to make use of pink pepper.

Blends Well With

jasmine grandiflorum, rose, citrus, tea, benzoin, vanilla, tonka bean, iris, frankincense, musk, clove, cedar

Prominent In

Pleasures (Estee Lauder), Sycomore (Chanel), Rose Poivree (The Different Company), Baie Rose 26 (Le Labo), Santal Blanc (Serge Lutens), Eau de Merveilles (Hermes), Glossier You (Glossier)