Pink Pepper

Pink pepper is a spice note in perfumery that produces a unique, lively blend of rosy, spicy, and slightly fruity aromas.

Originating from South America but now found across the globe, these fragrant pink berries provide a vibrant and playful aromatic kick of spice to your fragrance. 

Fragrance Pyramid

Pink pepper often acts as a Top Note, thanks to its ability to introduce fragrances with a burst of freshness and a subtle spicy kick, setting the stage for the deeper heart and base notes to unfold. 

Its bright yet spicy and effervescent quality always captures my attention from the first spritz.

Scent Summary

  • Rosy
  • Spicy
  • Fruity
  • Fresh
  • Vibrant

What Does Pink Pepper Smell Like?

In perfumery, pink pepper exudes a crisp, invigorating aroma that’s both spicy and sweet, with a hint of citrusy undertones. It’s less intense than black pepper but offers a distinctive peppery warmth that’s refined and subtly fruity. 

I find that pink pepper perfumes are elegant, alluring and rather mysterious, perfect for creating a sensual aroma that’s hard to forget.

Complementing Notes

The lively nature of pink pepper pairs wonderfully with a variety of notes, creating fragrances that are fresh, contemporary, and compelling.

  • Citrus notes: Enhance its zesty, vibrant character.
  • Rose: Deepens the floral aspect, adding elegance and softness.
  • Bergamot: Amplifies the freshness and adds a citrusy, aromatic layer.
  • Vetiver: Provides a woody, earthy contrast to its brightness.
  • Musk: Offers a clean, soft backdrop, grounding the spiciness with a smooth finish.

Pink pepper is a note that captures the imagination, perfect for those who love their fragrances to be lively, sophisticated, and a little bit unexpected!

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