Smells like: a warm, crisp aroma of peppercorn
Perfume Note: middle
Pairs well with: floral, forest, and fruity scents (our favorites include bergamot, peach and tuberose)
Fun fact: Black pepper has been used as a commodity and is a prized trade good in India as well as Southeast Asia since before the Pyramids were built. In some Western legal systems within India, they still use it as a token of payment called “peppercorn rent”.
Warning: Use with caution, conduct a patch test of diluted essential oil on the inner arm before using; do not use if redness or irritation occurs.
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