Uniquely rich tropical aromas of the Yucatan Peninsula inspired Nicolas Malleville to create Coqui Coqui, which is Spanish slang for “coconuts.” Based in the Spanish colonial town of Valladolid, the perfumery draws upon the traditions and storied history of the region—from Mayan natives to Franciscan monks to modern white-sand beaches. Vegetable wax (85%) and essence (15%). Made in Mexico. 2.75" (diameter) x 4" (height).
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