Nestled deep in the jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula near the ancient ruins of Coba, is the Coqui Coqui Perfumeria, residence and spa created by visionary Nicolas Malleville. According to legend, Franciscan monks created perfumes from flowers, woods, and herbs in the Yucatan Peninsula after the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in Mexico in the 16th century. The exotic fragrances were created for the Spanish Empire over a period of nearly 300 years. These scents inspired perfumer Nicolas Malleville to found the Coqui Coqui Perfumeria in 2003. His goal was to recover the monks' formulas and combine them with ancient Mayan medicine.
Coqui Coqui candles, perfumes, diffusers, mosquito repellent and bath oils are simple and elegant. Their fragrances evoke the wearer of the lush tropical landscape of the Yucatan Peninsula, transporting us to a care-free world of swaying coco trees, and salty warm breezes. This unisex collection of Coqui Coqui scents is based on original, natural fragrances sourced from Mexico.
Notable favorites include the irresistible coconut scent of Coco Coco, inspired by palm trees scattered along the pristine white sand beaches of Bora Bora. Tabaco ignites the senses with the elegant scent of warm tobacco leaves. Rosas Frescas is a dreamy fragrance reminiscent of fresh white rose petals. Eucaced is an aromatic woodsy blend of lush cedar and eucalyptus. Flor de Naranjo is a fresh and lively orange blossom scent of sweet citrus.
Coqui Coqui is renowned among the Gypset for their picturesque perfumerias, spas and boutique hotels in Tulum (now closed) and Coba located near the Mayan ruins in Quintana Roo, Mexico. The brand has recently expanded it's reach with a new boutique and perfumeria on the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora in the South Pacific. Coqui Coqui is synonymous with tropical, rustic luxury.