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The Library of Fragrance
Pina Colada 30ml

£15.00

The Library of Fragrance Pina Colada 30ml
The Library of Fragrance Pina Colada 30ml
The Library of Fragrance Pina Colada 30ml

The Library of Fragrance
Pina Colada 30ml

£15.00 (P&P Royal Mail 1st Class from £2.78… more info)

In 1950’s Puerto Rico, Don Ramon Lopez-Irazzy developed a delicious homogenized cream made from coconut. The product became known as Coco Lopez and was used for tropical dishes and desserts. 

In 1957, Ramon Marrero, a bartender at Puerto Rico’s Caribe Hilton, combined coconut cream with rum, pineapple juice and ice, in a blender, to create this famous drink. Victor Bergon, of Trader Vic’s, borrowed Marrero’s recipe and called it the Bahia. 

To make a great Piña Colada, the trick is to use both light and dark rum, a dash of bitters and a little double cream. Our Piña Colada fragrance is a luscious mixture of Cream of Coconut, Fresh Pineapple and Light Rum, blended to a perfect balance of sweetness and richness.

Did you know that The Library of Fragrance colognes can be layered to create scents that are unique to you? Mix and match any two, or more, to create combinations for every mood and occasion. Here are some suggestions to try with Pina Colada:

To add a clean note, layer with Salt Air

To add a floral note, layer with Jasmine

To add a fresh note, layer with Ocean

To add a fruity note, layer with Mango

To add a green note, layer with Grass

To add a woody / spicy note, layer with Oud

Please note that our cologne bottles are not boxed. We always aim to minimise our environmental impact and keep the price of our products as low as possible for our customers, without compromising on the quality of fragrance. Online purchases arrive safely parcelled with bottles shipped in plain white boxes.

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don’t believe that fragrance has a gender.

In 1950’s Puerto Rico, Don Ramon Lopez-Irazzy developed a delicious homogenized cream made from coconut. The product became known as Coco Lopez and was used for tropical dishes and desserts. 

In 1957, Ramon Marrero, a bartender at Puerto Rico’s Caribe Hilton, combined coconut cream with rum, pineapple juice and ice, in a blender, to create this famous drink. Victor Bergon, of Trader Vic’s, borrowed Marrero’s recipe and called it the Bahia. 

To make a great Piña Colada, the trick is to use both light and dark rum, a dash of bitters and a little double cream. Our Piña Colada fragrance is a luscious mixture of Cream of Coconut, Fresh Pineapple and Light Rum, blended to a perfect balance of sweetness and richness.

Did you know that The Library of Fragrance colognes can be layered to create scents that are unique to you? Mix and match any two, or more, to create combinations for every mood and occasion. Here are some suggestions to try with Pina Colada:

To add a clean note, layer with Salt Air

To add a floral note, layer with Jasmine

To add a fresh note, layer with Ocean

To add a fruity note, layer with Mango

To add a green note, layer with Grass

To add a woody / spicy note, layer with Oud

Please note that our cologne bottles are not boxed. We always aim to minimise our environmental impact and keep the price of our products as low as possible for our customers, without compromising on the quality of fragrance. Online purchases arrive safely parcelled with bottles shipped in plain white boxes.

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don’t believe that fragrance has a gender.