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Unknown Pleasures

1.00 LBS
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Product Description

Unknown Pleasures brings to mind a stroll down a cold street in Manchester, England listening to Joy Division, sipping on a warm cup of London Fog. The fragrance opens up with the smooth sweetness of honey and Earl Grey tea, with a zing of lemon. It dries down to a cozy vanilla, soft tonka bean and waffle cone base, sure to make any gourmand lover smile.

NOTES: Earl Grey tea, lemon, bergamot, honeycomb, tonka bean, caramel, vanilla and waffle cone 


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  1. COULD BE MY NEW FAVORITE! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jul 2014

    After sampling ,many niche lines,and countless rejects..I picked a winner! I love this perfume so much,It is warm,sweet,spicy,and very unique! I am happy today.....xxxx to Kerosene.

  2. Sneaks Up On You 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Jun 2014

    I waffled on my review, so I waited for a bit more of the dry down and boy-oh-boy am I glad that I did! This scent is really well done. At first, all I got was ginger, nutmeg and lemon; but then, after about 20 minutes, the scent mellowed very nicely to become a sweet, soft true gourmand scent. Its like a cashmere sweater, soft, sexy, functional and not in your face. I really like it!

  3. Sneaks Up On You 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Jun 2014

    I really vacillated on my review. When I initially sprayed it, I got ginger, and nutmeg and lemon; while all are pretty, that is not what I was looking for. But, I let the scent dry down and mature. As it evolved, this beautiful, soft, creamy lemon scent came forth. None of the sharp or tangy, spiciness that I noticed in the beginning. It is not cloying or overly sweet, but a really good balance of everything. Well Done!

  4. So Beautiul 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Apr 2014

    I adore Unknown Pleasures. It's a gorgeous gourmand with both cool and warm notes...lemon, waffle cone, and an incense note (named tea in the description) blend perfectly together into a fresh, non cloying gourmand, and I just ordered a 2nd bottle in a panic as my first is running low. There are only 3 fragrances that induce a panic state when bottles are almost empty, and this is one of them :)

  5. Can't decide which to buy 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Mar 2014

    I was expecting to like maybe one or two of the scents in the sampler but much to my delight each one of them has something unique to offer. I think John Pegg is an amazing talent and one that perfumistas need to get acquainted with.
    Now I just have to narrow down the embarrassment of riches to decide which one to buy a full bottle of! I particularly enjoyed Copper Skies, Creature, and Unknown Pleasures.

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