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Agarwood (Oud)AldehydesAlmondAmberAmbergrisAmbrette (Musk Mallow)AmbroxanAngelicaAniseApple TreeApricotAquatic WateryBasilBay LeafBenzoinBergamotBirchBitter OrangeBlackberryBlack CurrantBlack LeatherBlack PepperBlack TeaBlood OrangeBoroniaBrazilian RosewoodCacao PodCactus JuiceCalabrian BergamotCameliaCarambola (Star Fruit)CaramelCarawayCardamomCashmeranCashmere WoodCassisCedarCedarwoodChampagneCherryChinottoCinnamonCistus FlowerCitronCitrusCitrusesClary SageClementineCloveCoconutCoffeeCorianderCrushed PeppercornCurry TreeCypressCypriol Oil or NagarmothaDaisyDamascenoneDark ChocolateDatesDavanaDriftwoodEbony WoodEthelacytateEucalyptusFigFig LeafFig NectarFig TreeFig Tree WoodFirFirasconeFloral MusconeFrangipaniFreesiaGalbanumGardeniaGeraniumGinGingerGrapefruitGrassGreen AppleGreen NotesGuaiac WoodHaitian VetiverHayHazelnutHeliotropeHoneyHoneysuckleHyacinthIced MintIncenseIrisIso-e-SuperIvyJasmineJuniperJuniper BerriesKumquatLabdanumLavenderLeatherLemonLemon VerbenaLicoriceLilacLimeLotusMagnoliaMandarinMandarin OrangeMarjoramMarron GlaceMelonMimoseMineralsMintMulberryMuskMyrrhMyrtleNarcissusNeroliNutmegOakOakmossOak MossOlibanumOlive LeafOpoponaxOrangeOrange BlossomOrris RootOsmanthusOzonicPalisander RosewoodPalmarosaPalm LeafPaprikaPatchouliPeachPearPeonyPepperPeppermintPepperwood or Hercules ClubPeru BalsamPetitgrainPineapplePink PepperPink TulipPlumPomeloPoplar (Populus) BudsPowdery NotesQuinceRed GingerResinRhubarbRoseRosemaryRumSaffronSageSandSandalwoodSea SaltSea WaterSeaweedSequoiaSichuan PepperSpicesStar AniseStrawberrySuedeSugar CaneSweet AlmondSweet PeaTagetesTangerineTea AccordThymeTiger OrchidTobaccoTomatoTomato LeafTonka BeanTuberoseTuscan LeatherVanillaVetiverVetiverVioletViolet LeafWatercressWater LilyWatermelonWater MuskWater NotesWhiskeyWhite CedarwoodWhite FlowersWild TeaWoodsy NotesYlang-YlangYuzu

Top Pepper men colognes

Pepper’s hot, spicy attack can focus the drama in a perfume instantly. It’s dry, tangy, nose-crinkling personality sharpens other notes in a fragrance and boosts their olfactory signal. Black pepper is best with leather, suede, and tobacco. Black pepper also heightens lighter citrus notes like lemon, lime, orange, green apple, and citron. Pink pepper is best in aromatic or floral blends, where it’s warm, fruity facets can bring an airy white floral perfume into focus, or underline masculine notes such as lavender, basil, musk, etc.  Pepper’s insistent heat can be worn either day or night, and it’s fruity/spicy shadow makes it ideal for any season.

Pepper colognes