* Caravelle Epicee starts with a mix of woods and dry spices – cedar, cumin, coriander, and cognac.
* Maybe it’s because Frapin is known for producing cognac, but I definitely smell a hint of sweet cognac throughout the scent’s development.
* Pour Monsieur starts off as a classic men’s cologne – a mix of citrus and lavender. It’s fresh, but has depth with some green woodsy notes filling it out.
* The Concentree version that I am reviewing is available in the U.S. and is a tan-colored liquid. The non-concentree version is only available in Europe and is a completely different scent.