Molton Brown marks 20 years of Re-Charge Black Pepper Collection

2022-05-28 16:42:52 By : Mr. Aaron Xu

By Jill Sayles in Fragrance, Gifts & Electronics, Latest News May 27, 2022 0

The range is a popular gift in travel retail and the occasion coincides with Father’s Day

Molton Brown is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Re-Charge Black Pepper Collection this summer.

The collection has proved a popular gift in travel retail and the anniversary coincides with Father’s Day on 19 June.

Re-Charge Black Pepper is a woody-citrus scent, created by Master Perfumer Jacques Chabert in 2002. It has won numerous awards over the past two decades including Best Unisex Fragrance at the 2022 RSVP Awards for the Eau de Parfum.

The collection features luxuries alongside the Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette. There is a Body collection including Bath & Shower Gel, Body Lotion, Deodorant Spray and a Bath & Shower Gel Refill pouch.

Molton Brown Associate Director Travel Retail Rosie Cook, said: “We are thrilled to be marking 20 years of Re-Charge Black Pepper, which is a true icon in the Molton Brown portfolio and one of our most popular fragrance families.

“We know that iconic products are attractive to shoppers in the travel retail market today and that makes this the perfect opportunity to provide something truly special for shoppers returning to the travel market for their summer holidays.”

According to the company, Re-charge Black Pepper has a 100% vegan formula, is cruelty free and made in England at the brand’s Elsenham manufacturing facility, which is carbon-neutral.

The black pepper essential oil has received an Ecocert COSMOS certification, which ensures the responsible use of natural resources. The 300ml Bath and Body bottles are made from 50% recycled plastic and the Bath & Shower Refill uses 63% less plastic compared to standard bottles.

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