Black Pepper & Sandalwood Eau de Parfum 100 ml
A spicy woody fragrance with top notes of Bergamot, Elemi, Davana, Saffron, Cloves, Nutmeg, Balsam Fir, heart notes of Rosa Damascena, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Agarwood and base notes of Patchouli, Haitian Vetiver, Sandalwood, Virginia Cedarwood, Cypriol and Black Musk. The interplay of Davana and fir balsam with oriental notes of saffron, and the spicy notes of frankincense, nutmeg and clove make this scent a real olfactory treasure and a worthy addition to the house of Acca Kappa.
Top Note: Bergamot, Elemi, Davana, Saffron, Cloves, Nutmeg, Balsam Fir
Heart Note: Damask Rose, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Agarwood (Oud)
Base Note: Patchouly, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Virginia Cedarwood, Nagarmotha, Musk
Acca Kappa – German-Italian quality workmanship in family tradition
Acca Kappa – at first glance nothing behind the name would suggest anything German. And yet the manufacturer’s roots do in fact lie in Germany. Founded in 1869 in Treviso by merchant Hermann Kroll, the company today is still entirely family owned. A fact to be proud of in today’s ever-changing economy.
Acca Kappa is known and loved by millions of people worldwide for their toiletries which include hair care products, hair brushes, combs, sponges and manicure and pedicure sets. The collection is complemented by an exquisite series of fragrances with matching toiletries, scented candles and other cosmetic and shaving articles.
The family has always set a great demand on the quality of their products: a simple, clean design, select materials and the highest standards are the criteria and principles that characterize production. Leitmotif here is the simplicity of things. Acca Kappa’s philosophy is based on values such as respect, trust and responsibility - to nature, to mankind and to one’s own actions. According to this company philosophy, the priority lies in the selection of materials to be processed and only natural, organically-grown and pollution-free and environmentally conscious materials are used. In addition Accca Kappa are strictly against any form of animal testing.