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Beat Cafe


For Beat Café, Dominique Ropion has played with a cuiry spicy that’s as warm as Bob Dylan’s music. In tribute to the cafes frequented by the Beat Generation, his melody is composed with top notes of cognac, black pepper and coriander, heart notes of tobacco and black leather and base notes of vetiver and cedar wood.

Top: Black pepper, coriander seed, fine cognac accord
Heart: Cistus labdanum, black leather, tobacco
Base: Vetiver, cedarwood, benzoin balm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
A scent with kick!

If you loved Golden Serenade, this is its jazzier cousin. Spicy without crossing the line into pungent.

I love the black pepper note!

This scents reminds me more of a Cigar Lounge than Cafe, it has a similar vibe to Jazz Club (MM Replica). The black pepper note separates it, and it adds this spicy freshness to it.

Doesn't settle on my skin

At the beginning, I get a creamy scent with spice and sharp wood notes. The combination of custard-y vanilla and wood is really jarring on me and almost nauseating. When it starts to level out more, a coconut note enters and makes it more gourmand, along with that strong wood. I can see this being different and interesting on someone where the notes lock, but on me, it never smooths out enough to be enjoyable.