Launched in September 2011, Kokorico is the latest masculine creation from Jean Paul Gaultier. Kokorico, which is the French onomatopoeia for rooster's cry ('cock-a-doodle-doo' in English) was created in collaboration with Puig and Firmenich's perfumers Olivier Cresp and Annick Menardo. This perfume is designed to represent various moods through the boastful cry of a rooster, the conquering cry of a man-warrior or the cry of a young man filled with pleasure. Created using a powerful and explosive blend of woody and cocoa notes, it is bound to linger on you for a long time.
Introduced in September 2011, Kokorico is a gallant fragrance for men who want to add a robustly sensual touch to their day. The scent gets its quirky name from the French onomatopoeia for rooster’s cry (“cock-a-doodle-doo” in English). Top notes of fig leaves lead the grand entrance into this blend, collaborating beautifully with warm, rich heart notes of cocoa. Woody base notes of patchouli, vetiver, and cedar round out this fragrance with unmistakable masculinity. The bottle itself, shaped like a male head from one side and a male torso from another side, embodies the headstrong confidence of a man ready to take on anything.