Corpse Husband, also known as Corpse, is an American internet personality and musician, who is best known for his faceless work on YouTube and often found streaming videos playing Among Us. He is also known for having a very deep or low-pitched voice.

In a recent live stream on Twitch, Corpse Husband recently mentioned his favorite perfume; and fans went berserk. 


Inspired by The Martix movie, and by the virtual world of the future (or already present) times, Givenchy introduced their perfume Pi Neo in September 2008. Matrix has you.

It was designed by perfumers of the house of Givaudan (one of our personal favorite haunts). According to the nose behind the scent, Francoise Donche, tit is not a variation of the Pi theme, but an absolutely independent fragrance carrying an idea of reality revision. It's a futuristic themed scent, perfect for Corpse.

Pi is a mathematic constant often used in mathematics and physics. An irrational number. π can be defined in Euclid's pyramid as a relation between volume and diameter of a circle. π is also known as Archimedes' constant and Ludolf's number. The name Pi denotes perimetros, which means 'to measure around' when translated from Greek.

Givenchy combined Pi with futuristic Neo from Matrix and reached Givenchy's constant: 'to smell well everywhere'.

If you're wondering what it smells like? It's a wonderfully woody fragrance with predominant notes of mandarin orange, bergamot, myrrh, cedar and patchouli.

Unfortunately, Givenchy discontinued Pi Neo in 2019, meaning now all stockists are sold-out it. The original Pi cologne from Givenchy is however a solid alternative.

If you’re looking for something amazing and equally futuristic, try Wicked Good StarshipIts very essence is ephemeral and transient, just like time itself.

And Corpse Husband, if you're reading this and would like to find a new cologne; I'd love to create a one-of-a-kind fragrance just for you.

A person can dream, no?

x Cheri
Clean Consciously Crafted Fragrance

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