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Burn with me.

A 1955 magazine ad for Caron’s Poivre.
Found in the February 1955 issue of Town & Country magazine.

“Here’s to women who play with fire and the perfume that they can smolder in.” — from a review of this scent by Barbara Herman at Yesterday’s Perfume.

Fun facts:

“Poivre” is French for “pepper”, named after the fragrance’s hot spicy pepper top note and now I really want to smell it.

Caron’s Poivre squeaked in at #10 in this list of The World’s 10 Most Expensive Perfumes Ever Created.

You can pick up 90 ml. of this perfume on Etsy for the low, low price of $2,130! (used)

Parfums Caron is still going strong.

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