It takes time to develop a good cognac, as well as a successful perfume. Both for learning and refining the craft, as well as for locating and selecting raw materials. As a result, frantic pace and mass production have no place at Frapin! The perfumers here have the luxury of expressing their individual style, which gives the products a wonderful palette of different signatures.
Their famous fragrance 1270 is named after the year the Frapin family settled in the Grande Champagne region of Cognac, France. As a result, the groundwork was laid for a traditional and first-rate family business. Frapin Cognac has been in existence since 1270.
Meet the Perfumer
Béatrice Frapin-Cointreau comes from a distilling family. Her great-grandfather established Cointreau liqueur, and her grandfather established Rémy Martin cognac. She has degrees in perfumery, wine, and marketing, and she worked in public relations before becoming the managing director of Frapin. She has written books in addition to the wonderful perfumes she has created. She took advantage of her family's long tradition to tell her story.