L'humaniste by Frapin Cologne. Launched in 2009, L’humaniste by Frapin became an instant hit with men and women alike.
Although it is marketed as a cologne for men, it is a unisex fragrance perfect for anyone who enjoys the presence of cognac. The opening notes include black pepper, cardamom, lemon, pink pepper and bergamot. The heart contains the scents of peony, nutmeg, juniper berries and thyme. The base gives the fragrances its boozy qualities with the scent of gin along with tonka bean and
Frapin has been around as a cognac company for centuries. Despite its long history, fragrances are actually a fairly recent addition to the brand’s collections. The first fragrances were released in 2002, and they all contain some inclusion of an alcoholic scent. Sidonie Lancesseur created the scent profile for L’humaniste. She knew she wanted a career in perfumery after she completed an internship at Robertet and has gone on to create numerous incredible aromas.