Givenchy Pi Fragrance Review

Posted by Dimitri on Thu, 02/18/2016 - 9:49 PM

Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, the company that went on to carry his name has become a global giant in the fashion, accessories and fragrance world! With a list of fine fragrance releases as long as my arm (the first of which was launched in 1957), Givenchy hang on to a big slice of the fragrance market with a handful of their classics – one of which is the Alberto Morillas creation of 1998, called Pi.

Pi – whilst marketed to men – is loved by both sexes for its delectable vanilla / almond composition which leaves a steady string of 'sweet-tooths' swooning in its wake. A woody oriental for men, Pi combines accords of tangerine, tarragon, anise, rosemary, geranium and basil with sensuous notes of vanilla, tonka bean, almond, pine needles and benzoin. The sum of these components makes for a luscious fragrance that one just longs to cuddle up to. Presented in a beautiful monolithic triangular flacon, Pi is a classic cologne that must be revisited by both ladies and gents. (Lovers of Laura Biagiotti's Roma and Paloma Picasso's Minotaure will find a common thread here).

Toothsome, addictive and gratifying, Pi is the ideal scent for an autumn/winter date night!