Eau de Parfum

by FRANK los angeles

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The moment you smell FRANK No. 3, you just know. This is the scent of travels beyond exotic horizons, of alluring strangers you feel you've already known a lifetime. To get right down to it, No. 3 is a tobacco scent, but to say it like that can't express the depths of this tobacco accord-- moist, sweet, mouthwatering pipe tobacco blended with robust, spicy, dried tobacco leaves, woven throughout with aromatic spices and impeccably smooth, tangy apple. Rare woods evoke heirloom cigar boxes still rich with the treasures they once held. It is a universally seductive effect, strength and sensuality intertwined; an unforgettable, undeniable, deeply compelling aroma. A tobacco unlike any other, FRANK No. 3 is a potion of irresistible power.

FRANK No. 3  Notes

Spices, apple peel, jasmine, rose tea, raw tobacco leaves, dried tobacco leaves, rare woods, amber

FRANK No. 3 Sizes Available
100ml $130
.7 ml
.7 ml Sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about FRANK No. 3...
Signature scent worthy. The delicious spiced apple opening lingers for a few hours before it dries down to an intoxicating tobacco scent, with hints of apple, rose tea, and amber. I'm not sure what the rare woods are but my nose isn't detecting any woods. I received a few compliments on my first wearing if that means anything to you.
By   - Musician from Pensacola on 10/18/2016
Supposedly Costamor rereleased her Tabacca formula as Frank No. 3. If this is truly the same formula (I'm ordering a sample ASAP), then it is delicious. As child of the South, as someone who grew up near tobacco fields, this perfume really hits a chord. It does have an umistakable tobacco note, there's no question. But it's more than that. To me it evokes the plumpest, most succulent tobacco leaf you can imagine, as the hot summer sun quickly burns the morning dew off. It reminds me of the tobacco my stepdad would occasionally stuff into a pipe, the smell of which was sweet and round as he pinched it out of its packet. Or the tobacco my grandfather would chew after breaking a hunk off of the tarry square with his pocketknife.
By   - grad student/mom extraordinaire  from New Haven on 9/30/2016
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