Pi Neo

Pi Neo

2008 Creation
Man Gender
Woody - Spicy Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Heart Notes : Cedar, Patchouli, Safraleine
Base Notes : Vanilla, Cosmone
Pi Neo
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Description

Pi Neo is described as a bright, woody neo-composition. The scent opens with cool and clean notes of citrus. The woody middle notes mix Texas cedar and patchouli on an amber-y base of vanilla. Among its ingredients, Pi Neo also uses three patented ‘captives’ that offer modern sensations : Toscanol (‘a sharp, cool, metallic note of anise’), Safraleine (a spicy leather note), and Cosmone (a fluid musky ambergris note). Perfumer : Antoine Lie, Givaudan.

At a glance

A fragrance that evokes high-tech adventure and the virtual world

History

In 1998, Givenchy invited men to go ‘beyond infinity’ when it created Pi, a fragrance that symbolised a generation of modern-day pioneers and was identified as part of a galaxy of new technologies. What do today’s men dream about? The same things as yesterday: freedom and impassable boundaries, where the real and the virtual worlds merge into infinity. Givenchy dedicates Pi Neo to these adventurers of the future, the cyber-travellers.

Range

Eau de Toilette 1.7 oz / 50 ml and 3.4 oz / 100 ml. After Shave Lotion ; Deodorant Roll-On ; Spray Deodorant.

Bottle

The glass bottle unveils a pyramidal shape on the front. The silvery chrome top is shaped like the omega letter.

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  • No rate for this perfume 05 october 2013

    I don't think enough men have been exposed to Pi Neo. With new synthetic notes, especially Safraleine, I'm surprised it didn't become a hit. Maybe women didn't like the ambergris note.

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