Lacoste Pour Homme by Lacoste, Lacoste Pour Homme is a men’s woody aromatic cologne with sweet, fruity, warm spicy, and vanilla main accords. Announced in 2002, this fragrance was created by perfumer Claude Dir, who was with Quest at the time.
Plum, apple, grapefruit, and bergamot top notes open this scent, leading to cinnamon, pink pepper, cardamom, and juniper middle notes. Rum, vanilla, sandalwood, musk, labdanum, and cedar base notes close this composition. The fragrance has long lasting longevity and moderate sillage, making it wearable day or night during fall through spring months.
Lacoste was founded by Rene Lacoste and Andre Gillier in 1933. Based in Troyes, France, this clothing company is known for its tennis clothes, particularly the polo shirts with a green crocodile logo, which was created in 1952. In the 1980s, the brand was known for its preppy clothing, along with shoes, sunglasses, and watches. The initial fragrance was launched in 1984 in partnership with Procter & Gamble, with the license transferring to Coty in 2016.