Two of CSP's most popular notes are coconut and vanilla, and Coco Extreme combines the two.

Coco Extreme fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Island flowers, Coconut flesh
  • Heart

    • Almond, Creamy hot milk, Powdered sweet coconut flakes
  • Base

    • Candied sugar, "gentle tropical breezes", Black vanilla pod

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Coco Extreme opens with a burst of suntan lotion and then rapidly transitions into a very nice, linear, but multifaceted rendition of coconut. There's a bit of toasted, sweetened coconut here, along with some refreshing coconut milk, and even a bit of coconut shell.

It becomes a skin scent relatively quickly but does stick around for four or five hours.
5th June 2019
I'm not sure I need to go into much detail here: it's a very linear coconut-almond scent. Very, very light on the first spray: like a light suntan spray or something of the sort. I bring that up because it smells like a gourmand tropical island spray. It gets (very) slightly darker as it dries down, a bit creamier, vanilla notes join in to make this a full-out night treat.

It's a very pleasant smell, just nondescript and without complexity but very usable on a summer's night. Not overly abrasive in its sweetness but it smells very generic. Projection is eh, not much beyond a skin scent...and it's an EdT so it only lasts a few hours. However, it's not particularly expensive and it could be very good for a June-July night out.

19th March 2019

A harsh opening but smooths out in the drydown to a floral, tropical/spa scent that is correctly listed as feminine.

Projection is good and lasts for most of the workday.
15th March 2019
hands down, the best coconut fragrance, Ive ever owned or worn. A masterpiece. And Im usually complimented on it, anytime I wear it.
7th February 2018
Suntan lotion with a vague metallic tang. Not a lot going on here. Coconut La Croix right out of the can.
4th June 2016
Pure Coconut...

Coco Extrême, or "Extreme Coconut" is a fragrance (like many in the Comptoir Sud Pacifique line) which is true to it's name.

Now, coconut is the main player here. It's in the name, it's in the composition, it's loud and it's "extreme".

What I get from this is the many facets of coconut throughout this perfume. The fresh aspects, like the juice, the pulp and the flesh... and the dry aspects; the powdered coconut, the coconut butter, the cream. It's like all of these aspects rolled into one. I also get the aroma of coconut biscuits. The ones made with fresh butter and lots of sugar. This is definitely a delicious perfume, a great example of a "gourmand" scent.

Overall though, Coco Extrême can be one-dimensional. It's all about the coconut from start to finish. I think that if you like that sort of thing (i.e. you are someone who enjoys the smell of coconut and has a craving for a purely coconut smell), then look no further, as this is the one. If you are looking for something that is more than just coconut, or dislike the note in general, then perhaps it would be best to look elsewhere.

As for me, I like it! Although I wouldn't reach for it everyday. Again I would have to be "in the mood" to wear something like this, or smell like this all the time. I will say this though, it did bring a smile to my face, and if a perfume can make me happy like that, then it isn't such a bad perfume after all...
4th October 2015
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