Coco Noir 2012 Eau de Parfum

7.7 / 10628 Ratings
Coco Noir (Eau de Parfum) is a popular perfume by Chanel for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-oriental. It is still available to purchase.
Goes well with Poison Girl (Eau de Parfum)

Perfumer

Jacques Polge

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot GrapefruitGrapefruit OrangeOrange
Heart Notes Heart NotesGeraniumGeranium JasmineJasmine PatchouliPatchouli RoseRose
Base Notes Base NotesSandalwoodSandalwood Tonka beanTonka bean VanillaVanilla FrankincenseFrankincense White muskWhite musk

Ratings

Scent

7.7628 Ratings

Longevity

7.2474 Ratings

Sillage

6.7480 Ratings

Bottle

9.0496 Ratings

Value for money

7.2118 Ratings
Submitted by Elchen50, last update on 23.09.2022.
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Leimbacher
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Leimbacher
Leimbacher
Top Review    27  
Free entrance, in the tent of Madame Bauvery
The dark skirt of the lady Chanel,
he always attracted me and made black shine softly, not brightly.

Coco Noir embraces you and cares like a mama,
until all of a sudden she wants to do you laundry, a crazy combi, really the hammer.

A black cuddly cat where bad luck never comes to mind,
yet her slightly poisonous kiss is like a slap on your floppy chin.

Formerly a hippie, now a bomb of good standing,
she knows exactly where to put your shaky hand.

She welcomes the Oedipus complex in suspenders,
you'll be an adult after her at the latest.

She gets under your skin, rubbing herself against the warm,
and you go from a robber to a gendarme.

Take my breast, but don't come too close to me,
i'm sure you're not the star next to her.

She doesn't act up, the respect comes all by herself,
maybe it's not pure, but it's more than fine.

A diva from the old beat, strong and emancipated,
you'll have to live with the fact that every second you see stirs the decolette.

Just don't call her old lady, just don't mention younger competition,
or you'll soon be alone again and make a spring for yourselves.

It is the velvety flagship of the house Chanel,
she doesn't have to scream at all to be light quite bright.
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Hirondelle
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Wisu denn blus? Wisu does she su? Underground caramel wash line
I want to want to like you! But wanting to like is not enough... I have a problem that also extends to other Chanel fragrances (e.g. Allure), please tell me what is happening here. After a pleasant prelude and after several sniffings something sticks to my mouth (yes! in my mouth!!) like too old caramel au beurre salé on the upper palate. Like a clothesline between the ears (unfortunately without having added washing powder), it tastes (yes! tastes!!) musty, sticky, so I can't stand it anymore! Does anyone else feel the same way? Recently I had to get up at night to scrub off the paste (plus mouth rinse afterwards, because of the caramel washing line on the palate). It makes me so sad because I have the feeling that I am somehow denied the good, the beautiful of the fragrance. Perhaps a beautiful scent, which I would like to sniff at others, but for a scent, which I want to dig myself into, with which I want to "sleep" as if it were part of my soul (or would give it for a certain time what it lacks), that is not possible for me with this one. Like a hopeful encounter that suddenly becomes unpleasant and makes me want to get out of my skin. Too bad. Or to put it pathetically, it's just like some people: Those that don't do you any good should be let go as soon as possible.
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Elenasmom
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Elenasmom
Top Review    20  
(K) a Chanel for beginners
If someone like me, who is a self-confessed gourmand lover, likes a fragrance that couldn't be more dissimilar to a gourmand, then that must mean something. Style(l) and secretly it has crept into my heart and into my collection, this beautiful, cool, graceful and strong Boss-Lady fragrance.

I got Coco Noir as a bottling a few months ago in the course of a swap. I expected me not much, since I did not know the fragrance and with Chanel anyway never warmed up, except with "Chance eau tendre edt". In the meantime came actually still "Allure edp" and the Crowdpleaser par excellence "Coco Mademoiselle" to it, but of this another time more.
Coco noir so. On parfumo the fragrance notes and statements skimmed. Does not sound like something that corresponds to my Beuteschema, even if I quite Freshies, Fruities, ledriges and creamy-spicy like. However, the vanilla and tonka bean in the fragrance made me curious, as they are some of my favorite scents. How well would I smell them out? Also, the bottle immediately appealed to me as a little packaging victim.

Sprayed on, waited. Puuuhhh, immediately cool, earthy patchouli hit me, mixed with citrus and roses. Not really a nice combo for me, the incense came quickly to it and made the first impression also not better. It smelled - except for the missing aldehydes - very definitely "Coco chanellig". Elegant, classy, classic, chic and timeless, with a certain coolness and superiority, and a slightly pungent aftertaste. I'd like to reiterate that I don't just have a nose glued to vanilla, I'll give almost any genre a chance, and have been pleasantly surprised many a time. I knew this scent was beautifully composed and the notes fluidly woven together, but somehow it didn't suit me. Too cool, too adult (or even mature).
Some time later, I kept noticing a feathery, luxurious-smelling scent that was cool yet warm at the same time. Since I had only tested Coco noir that morning and so it could only be this one, I was all the more surprised at how subtle it had become. The patchouli drags almost to the base, but becomes lighter and more pleasant. The rose moves to the background but still resonates perceptibly, as do the citrus notes. The incense has become a supporting actor, but I can still smell out the citrus notes.
Directly vanilla I can not name in the drydown, but a pleasant, floral creaminess with a touch of spice, really hard to describe.
The bottle is jet black, but the fragrance is not. He is not unfriendly, but still rather distant. There are no third chances with the woman who wears it, 2 at most, then you've blown it and she ignores you completely. She doesn't waste her time with people who aren't worth discussing with.

To me, this perfume exudes all of the above attributes, but also a certain strength and reliability. This is a fragrance I reach for with determination, there is no second guessing. Either it's a noir day or it's not, there are no compromises, the fragrance doesn't make them either. I wear it when the sun is shining, but also when it's cold and cloudy. In terms of sillage and durability, I am very satisfied, 3 sprays accompany me through the day, he does not let me hang and I feel strong and a bit unapproachable.

Coco noir is not a "Mmmhhh, you smell good!" in terms of floral powdery sweet friendliness. It's a strong statement, more of a "Wow, what are you wearing that's great?"
And, what really amazes me: my husband likes it too, even though the scent is rather atypical for me. No, not every man is exclusively on vanilla scents. Sometimes it just has to be a boss-lady scent. After all, we women are a strong gender.
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Nickhun1
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Nickhun1
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Very helpful Review    8  
All good things come in 4
So, first of all I would like to thank the very nice Atalanta89, who sent me a bottling of Coco Noir. Thank you, dear
The first impression:
Like almost all Chanel's, this one also exerts an attraction on me and I had to test it immediately when it was put into circulation. I dismissed him as strange and odd. Typical Chanel DNA, unmistakable! Some kind of unimaginative mix, because I could smell out his entire family of fragrances. The pedigree has been discussed here several times. There was the grandmother, sorry, please don't take this as a bad thing, No.5, the Mama Allure and the little daughter Coco Mademoiselle (whom I adore in the original version), only Coco Noir I couldn't assign exactly to the family branch. Maybe the stepsister?! In another commentary she is titled a cousin. It doesn't matter, it will definitely find its buyers, the raven black flacon already attracts you magically and you are willing to test it.

The second impression:
The AF of the dear Parfuma arrived and was directly under the magnifying glass. Not again, why do I feel you so cold and distant, you are really prickly towards me. Pictures of Anna Wintour in a black Chanel Haute-Couture costume with oversized sunglasses and accurate bob hairstyle pass me by. Although, the devil is wearing Prada, but anyway, different subject. The black coco was packed again.

The 3rd impression:
Today I'm already the whole day cleaning and sorting, both arms sprayed from top to bottom with test material, you know how it is. Coco Noir once again discovered and applied to the last free spot on the left wrist. I fight my way through my chaos and again and again a unique scent blows towards me. In the rapid selection procedure it turns out that it is clearly Madame Noir. Hmmm, strange. Can he change like that? I can't clearly name individual notes even now, I only know that it smells absolutely warm and soft, so delicious and yummy. Not at all cool and forbidding. But still we don't fit together. Why on earth? She's so elegant and grown-up. Even though I have a few years on my back, Coco Noir is still too big for me...I would still have to grow into it. Just like when I was little and played princess with mum's too big pumps! They were huge for my feet!

I've been smelling on my hand all day, so the durability is ok in any case, but don't think it leaves a killer silage! I gave up and put it away for now! Maybe some time has to pass and who knows, maybe it ignites with the 4th impression! Because it's beautiful...

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Marilyn25
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Elegant but not noir
Coco Noir starts with me citrus-fresh through the orange and the bergamot. Then it becomes flowery, with no single flowers to be seen. Straight, rose and jasmine are listed in the fragrance pyramid. In the background I can perceive delicate vanilla, patchouli and a hint of incense. Elegant, I think. It matches the little black one with the golden purse. He shines bright and friendly, "Noir" I do not find him at all. I can well imagine this scent for going out to a bar, a concert or a restaurant. Now a suitable piece of music is still missing. "Lost but Won" by Hans Zimmer doesn't fit. It has to be piano music! The Impromptu in G flat minor by Schubert with its sound cascades is a perfect match. Passionate, carried and full of joy, Coco Noir accompanies me like this music.
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Jazzy76Jazzy76 4 years ago
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7.5
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A Coco "reloaded" and thought for the women of the new century. deep but less ladylike, easier to wear although not as strong as Coco
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IanFriedrichIanFriedrich 5 years ago
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Mysterious, seductive, modern classic & sexy scents.
I couldn't resist it when I smell from my girlfriend.
Chanel has definitely surprise me
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