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Trek Spring Collection Preview: First Look At Genki Star Trek Fragrances March 4, 2009

by John Tenuto , Filed under: Merchandise,TOS , trackback

Genki Wear, known for its licensed science fiction jewelry and perfumes, has produced what might be the most unusual Star Trek product ever: Star Trek colognes and perfume based on the original 1960s television show. In our latest look at Trek’s big Spring Collection, TrekMovie has all the exclusive first details and images on this unique addition to the pantheon of Star Trek merchandise.



An alcohol based synthetic, artificially reproducing a floral scent

– Data, describing the perfumes used by males of Angel I (TNG, “Angel One”)

Genki Wear Star Trek Perfume  – A trio of scents from the final frontier
There are three fragrances planned for 2009 with the monikers “Tiberius” “Red Shirt” and “Ponn Farr.”

The Tiberius cologne, named in honor of the Mirror Universe James T. Kirk’s challenges users to “Boldly Go” with a perfume described as being spiked with “notes of freshness and sensuality.” According to Genki Wear, the perfume has sweet citron zest, black pepper, and cedar as its top notes (top notes refers to those scents that are noticeable first) and warm vanilla, white musk, and sandalwood as its base notes (scents perceived last, usually about a half hour after application). Genki Wear promises that “Tiberius Cologne for men is difficult to define and impossible to refuse” which is also a pretty good description of the Mirror Kirk himself.

Command your essence with Tiberius, the cologne

Red Shirt
Genki’s “Red Shirt” cologne (whose tag line “Because Tomorrow May Never Come” is priceless) celebrates the sacrifices of those often nameless crew of the USS Enterprise. Described appropriately as a cologne for those with a “devotion to living each day as it could be your last” the cologne has top notes of green mandarin, bergamot, and lavender, with base notes of leather and grey musk.

Live every day as if it could be your last, with ‘Red Shirt’ cologne

Both the Tiberius and Red Shirts are 100ml (3.4 oz) quality colognes built from long lasting fragrances for men, and will retail for $30-40 depending on the department or retail store.

Pon Farr
The most risqué titled of the new Star Trek fragrances is “Ponn Farr” which is a perfume designed to “drive him wild.” It should only be used once every seven years (okay, that isn’t true). Named for the Vulcan mating ritual first introduced in the episode “Amok Time,” this perfume is one of the newly designed products meant to appeal to female fans. More details and an image on Ponn Farr will be available soon.

A Star Trek First
While there was a cologne included in the 1996 Star Trek First Contact travel set (that also included a wallet and soap), this is the first time that Star Trek is getting a first class fragrance treatment in the perfume area. The First Contact cologne had a generic label and was in an inexpensive plastic bottle. The Genki Wear line, however, includes uniquely designed containers and specially crafted boxes, as well as carefully prepared fragrances that the company believes is comparable to Chanel or Cartier. What is especially exciting about this line is that it has something that most Star Trek products don’t…a practical purpose. Not only are fans getting a collectible, it is a collectible that could and should be used. It is also nice because it allows the partners of Star Trek fans (whether fans or not) to buy this perfume for that special “Captain Kirk” in their lives.

All the Star Trek fragrances will be available this April at department and retail stores, and at online retailers. Genki Wear has invited readers to send their questions or suggestions to them at regarding this and possible future fragrances.




1. thorsten - March 4, 2009

I will buy them both!

2. Uwe - March 4, 2009

Something smells funny…

3. Hoggzman - March 4, 2009

Shouldn’t this article have come out on April 1st?????

4. Jcor - March 4, 2009

Is it April 1st already?

It just seems like something would do on that day.

Like introducing a new show called “All My Tribbles”.

5. sebimeyer - March 4, 2009

Personally I am holding out for either Odo, Targ or Denebian slime devil.

6. Open Maw Productions - March 4, 2009

(mouths profanity)


7. Don Farnsworth - March 4, 2009

Mirrir universe??? where does that keep coming from. If the story starts after Nemesis haven’t the writers gone to some effort to make the story consistent with what we already know.

Sure some events will change due to time travel but to imagine this crew is not really the original crew seems dumb.

8. Don Farnsworth - March 4, 2009

Not to mention if the timeline changes too much then the future doesn’t happen and Nero will vanish because he will never go back and change the timeline in the first place and all will be back to normal.

9. Jon1701 - March 4, 2009

Its called Sex panther. By Odeon.

Its illegal in nine countries. Made with bits of real panther. So you know its good…

10. AJ - March 4, 2009

What utter garbage.

John, it’s too bad you won’t exhibit a personal opinion on the site, but this is the epitome of shit. I’ll maybe find it at TJ Maxx for $1.99 next Christmas.

The difference between Star Wars and Star Trek swag, it seems, is that SW stuff is geared towards having fun and playing, whereas the latest Trek crap is aimed at a mysteriously non-existent army of adult Trek nostalgia freaks. Whoever is doing licensing at CBS is surfing without market research. Good luck.

11. thorsten - March 4, 2009

Relax, AJ.
These products are not taken too seriously,
and Red Shirt is funny!

12. The Last Maquis - March 4, 2009

Enslave Her Heart with “Terok Noir” ……

13. John Tenuto - March 4, 2009


Please feel free to never read another one of my articles.

Your arrogance is palpable as you seem to know what my personal opinion is with your presumption that I don’t express it in my articles. Your arrogance also shows in that you presume I should have the same opinion as you, obviously, because the article disagrees with AJ’s theories of how the Trek world could or should be.

I happen to think these are fun items, and it is about time that they started making items for the female fans who comprise 20% of Star Trek fans. Not every item has to be a $1200 exact replica of the Enterprise. That’s my opinion, but I guess the all-knowing AJ already knows my opinion.

14. John Narkiewicz - March 4, 2009

I agree with Thorsten. It sounds like Genki Wear ismaking a real product that also happens to be a Trek product. I’ve bought Buffy jewelry from them and it was a good product. Other than myself, I know a number of people that I can buy this for. I’m looking forward to them hitting the shelves.

15. John Tenuto - March 4, 2009


Additionally, Star Wars and James Bond have both had fragrance and beauty product lines.

16. thorsten - March 4, 2009

The point is that Genki not just took a generic product and placed the Star Trek Logo and Delta on it, they developed three different perfumes and obviously did their TOS homework. I like that they put that much effort in this.

17. Selor - March 4, 2009

I so hope that both will be avaible in Europe or better germany… I definitly want them!

18. maffc - March 4, 2009

Hey, if my wife likes the smell of the fragrances, i’ll wear them ;).

19. Holger - March 4, 2009

Pon Farr is not the wedding ritual, but the blood fever! The wedding ritual is the Kon-ut-Kalifee (however that may be spelled, right now I’m too lazy to look it up :-)

But nice idea. I may get the Tiberius. The Redshirt stuff is really funny.

20. asylumjn - March 4, 2009

Holger, it says mating not wedding. The only thing worse than being a star trek lore correctionist is being an unwarranted star trek lore correctionist.

21. sebimeyer - March 4, 2009


Actually, your right that Pon Farr is the blood feever that forces Vulcans to mate, or die. But Kal-if-fee is the right of the Vulcan bride to be to declare when she does not wish to marry the one she has been promised to. The groom then fights a champion chosen by the bride to the death.

The kal-if-fee (which literally translates as “challenge”) is a Vulcan “passion fight” to the death, in which two Vulcan males fight for the right to mate with a certain female. During the Vulcan mating ritual known as koon-ut-kal-if-fee, a female can claim kal-if-fee if she does not want the male arranged for her at childhood. At which point, the male arranged for her must fight the female’s selected mate.

22. Kevin Dilmore - March 4, 2009

I’m just glad they didn’t go with “Comic-Con—Day Three.”

23. Adam Cohen - March 4, 2009

These are hilarious. I’ll never buy them, but I really love the kitschy packaging, etc.

24. Mr U. Ryne - March 4, 2009

I’ll stick to my own brand, thank you: “Gents of St Pancras”

25. Spockanella - March 4, 2009

I don’t actually see myself buying any of these, but it is a fun concept.

26. SPB - March 4, 2009

I predict incredibly stinky TREK conventions in the near future.

Moreso than usual!

27. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

“…but it is a fun concept.”

I’m hoping they sell them in a 3-pack. So amusing that I have to have them! I’m also glad someone finally noticed the female fans….

28. Lousy_Canadian - March 4, 2009

That’s amazing! Can’t wait till it comes out!

“Because Tomorrow May Never Come”: Awesome! XD

29. Andy Patterson - March 4, 2009

I like the “old school” pictures. If Tiberius is honoring the Mirror Mirror Captain give me a Barbara Luna fragrance. I think I’m on record saying I love her more than once.

“Marlena Moreau – the fragrance, – “because I can be anything I want to be”

30. Liz - March 4, 2009

Should have called it Intruder Alert….

31. scifib5st - March 4, 2009

I have to add to Andy No.29. …”This will give you the ‘Fever’ in both universes!”

32. John Narkiewicz - March 4, 2009

I just noticed – is that a bullet hole (phaser hole?) on the Red Shirt bottle? And does the box has a crosshairs over the, um, Red Shirt?
If so, that’s great stuff!

33. Valar1 - March 4, 2009

This is a good time for it too, I’m sick of the stuff I wear now. Hopefully my wife will like one of these.

34. The TOS Purist aka The Purolator - March 4, 2009

TOS perfume? This is EPIC!!

The Pon Farr fragrance should have T’Pring on the box, am I right?

35. Gaby - March 4, 2009


36. Weerd1 - March 4, 2009

There’s a bullet hole on the red shirt bottle; I suppose there’s no good quick visual representation for getting all your red blood cells sucked out or getting pushed into an abyss by a 7 foot tall android or getting run over by a super acidic silicon based life form.

Overall, it’s a pretty funny concept. The odd smelly oils you could name after Trek ideas are endless.

Grup- when you want to feel like someone in a slash fiction…

37. Tahni - March 4, 2009

Oh my god, these are hilarious. I want them all just for the novelty… the red shirt packaging is genius… ahaha :D

38. MrAtoz - March 4, 2009

#13 What’s your kickback from the manufacturer ?
YOUR Arrogance and unbridled hubris is more than palpable, it’s absolutely gone rampant. If you’re not capable of accepting or at the very least ignoring criticism given on a (mass) public forum…well, you’re in the wrong business and the wrong man for the job.
You think the stuff is fun, that’s fine but many find this crass commercialism and exploitation, the fact that this forum and particularly your articles has frequently advertised all manner of Trek consumables from assorted vendors raises a few questions. This isn’t information, it’s advertising, or the difference between a writer and a hack.
I think I know which category you fall in.

39. MrAtoz - March 4, 2009

p.s let me know when the Star Trek toilet paper comes out so I can wipe the shit of your articles.

40. Brett Campbell - March 4, 2009

Now I’ve seen everything… :(

At least it’s Shatner’s image, not Pine’s.

“Red Shirt” is pretty funny though. :)

41. Bradley1701 - March 4, 2009

I think this is a good article and these are fun and great products. It is good to see Trek getting so much attention to have products like this arise!

The difference between SW and ST is that SW is for kids…Trek is for adults…and while the new movie features new actors, it is good to see them really hitting TOS. Maybe it will encourage people to go back to TOS and from there go forward with the other serious. It will only help the franchise in the long term I think.

And AJ…you might want to stop being so pompous and acting as though you know everything…oh and take that warp core out of your ***….!

42. thorsten - March 4, 2009


MrAtoz, this is not helping.

If you disagree with the way Mr. Tenuto displays information
you should try to find a more mature way to articulate that.

43. Valar1 - March 4, 2009

“it allows the partners of Star Trek fans (whether fans or not) to buy this perfume for that special “Captain Kirk” in their lives. ”

John Tenuto, that line was superb. Kudos.

44. John Tenuto - March 4, 2009

Mr. Atoz

Wow, where to start?

Firstly, this isn’t my job, pal. This is something I voluntarily do because I would want someone else to do it, which is to help tell fellow fans about products. Your argument that somehow there is something sinister about a merchandise article talking about merchandising is perplexing.

But, since you somehow are implying I am bought off by companies, here is a list of every free product I have ever gotten from a Star Trek licensee in my two plus years here at Trekmovie. Also, please be aware I am not paid anything either.

Scene It? DVD Games
An advanced copy of Raw Nerve with William Shatner
Kirk and Klingon Retro Mego Toys
Star Trek Toy Magazine
Riker in Chair Action Figure
Communicator Toy
Enterprise Toy
Kirk and Spock TWOK Two Pack

That’s it pal, in two years. I do not get a bunch of free products from companies, and even those above, I bought before I got them free (except the Raw Nerve DVD which isn’t available). All of them.

If a fellow fan wants to say they don’t like a product, fine. I have never commented about that. I like almost every Star Trek product. I don’t begrudge someone else from disagreeing. For my family, Trek products are a fun hobby. Not everyone is a nitpicker, though, and enjoy the fun of these items which you are perfectly free not to purchase (you act like Paramount makes you purchase them).

What is of umbrage is a personal attack, and the implications that I write these articles because I am paid off. You are dangerously close to slander.

45. Denise de Arman - March 4, 2009

John Tenuto#13- AJ challenged you , it seems, on a personal level for you to respond so acerbicly to his post. I have never seen a contributing writer on this site reply in such a way to a poster.

I plan to buy all of these just to have them displayed in my office with my PEZ Trek dispensers.

46. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

John– As a collector, I love these articles on upcoming goodies. Please know that many of us really appreciate it.

47. SPB - March 4, 2009

I’m personally waiting for Eu de Tuvok and Horta No. 5.

48. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

#45–Don’t forget your wall mural Denise!

49. Denise de Arman - March 4, 2009

Liz- You and I MUST wear the Pon Farr for women to the Vegas con.

50. Denise de Arman - March 4, 2009

Liz- And I am serious about that wall mural…

51. SPB - March 4, 2009

And what about the most obvious one: TREK OBSESSION! A sweet odor, like honey…

52. earthclanbootstrap - March 4, 2009

Mr. Tenuto, thanks for the report, it was good for an early morning chuckle at work. Personally, I find these pretty damn funny and just might pick them up. I agree with krikzil, it’d be a hoot to pick up a three pack and have the whole set.

In terms of the criticism of crass commercialism mentioned above by another poster, I’d have to say (dripping with sarcasm) that oh yes, Roddenberry’s shoehorning of the IDIC pendant into an episode over Nimoy’s objection simply so that he could sell some cheap jewelry through Lincoln Enterprises was Sooooo much more pure in it’s motives. Give me a break.

53. Third Remata'Klan - March 4, 2009

This is hilarious.

54. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

Bottom line, Trek is a business. We may love it but that’s what it is.

55. Bradley1701 - March 4, 2009

#51 – hahaha love it!!

And if you combine TREK OBSESSION with RED SHIRT, it makes a new frangrance…HE’S DEAD JIM.

56. Denise de Arman - March 4, 2009

SPB#51 & Bradley1701- LOL!

57. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

And think of the publicity when Liz Taylor sues over the OBSESSION copyright infringement. ;)

58. CmdrR - March 4, 2009

Except we (most of the audience, anyway) never learned that T. was for Tiberius until TAS. It’s nowhere to be found in TOS.

59. AJCrane - March 4, 2009

I think the projects are absolutely hilarious and fun! And if I had the money I would buy all three, not only to have them in my collection, small that it is, but to try the perfume for women, and have my hubby try the cologn for men. If you remember the cologn for men High Karate (I believe that’s what it was called0 it came out around the same time as Kung Fu, but no one made that connection.

Oh, and by the way do you know the origin of nitpicking? Check your hair. The eggs that lice leave behind are called NITS. After removing the lice, you still have to go back and PICK out the NITS. Any parent who has a kid who comes home with head lice, knows what that’s like. So, stop NITPICKING, there aren’t any LICE here.

60. Lyle - March 4, 2009

They need more scents! A few –

Ilia – Because not all of us have to take an Oath of Celibacy.

Eve – When a little red pill just isn’t enough…

Kelinda – Please apologize to me again…

and of course…

Janice Lester – Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

61. Dr. Image - March 4, 2009

Those are great! There are so many other possibilities too.
My nose will however be the deciding factor.

62. RM10019 - March 4, 2009

57 – I think Obsession was Calvin Klein. Liz Taylor was White Diamonds. I guess they could have gone with a ‘Dilithium Crystals’ perfume…

63. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

“Janice Lester – Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.”

Good one Lyle.

64. Danpaine - March 4, 2009

I find these products humorous, absolutely. Would I actually buy them? Probably not, but I may wind up getting them as gag gifts from people who know I’m a Trek fan, however…

…the last thing I would do is call-out the fella who wrote the article. Seems to me he’s a good-natured contributor who’s taking his personal time to write articles to share with others.

Amazing the misdirected anger that’s out there. If you’re that miserable a person that you feel compelled to rag on fun articles, do us all a favor and go jump off a bridge or something.

65. opcode - March 4, 2009

I also enjoy all the product articles. Please keep them coming… :)

66. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

“57 – I think Obsession was Calvin Klein. Liz Taylor was White Diamonds. I guess they could have gone with a ‘Dilithium Crystals’ perfume…”

You’re right. (And Calvin Inc. would probably be even more lawsuit happy.) I like the Dilithium Crystals however. Clever.

67. naHQun - March 4, 2009

I don’t care what anybody else says, I’m actually looking forward to these. Seriously.
I’ll have to smell them of course, but I’ve been wanting to find a new scent.
And if next year they come out with a Klingon scent, I’ll buy it no matter what it smells like.

68. The Riddler - March 4, 2009

What strange alternate universe have I stepped into with Tiberius cologne?

69. Tiberius Kirk - March 4, 2009

I have been vindicated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tiberius Kirk

70. Rastaman - March 4, 2009

It’s sad to see that the writer is being blasted in TalkBack. While I abhor the overly commercialized aspects of Star Trek, what do you expect? It’s a commercial enterprise! If fans refused to buy this stuff than they wouldn’t make it.

I thought the article did a good job of highlighting that these items are a curiosity in Trek merchandise, while at the same time giving specific details to those who are genuinely interested in purchasing such things. While I will probably never buy another piece of Trek merchandise, I still love reading these articles to see what’s out there. It’s certainly an entertaining read and I appreciate the voluntary contributions of all of TrekMovie’s writers. Thanks!

71. TOG - March 4, 2009

I saw there ad in the last issue of NACELLES!
How about some Klingon splash…

72. CHRIS ROD - March 4, 2009

I..if the scent is right :)

i’ll ,. be….GOING TO MACY’S IN APRIL -spoken like Kirk.

73. demonfafa - March 4, 2009

I’m assuming Ponn Farr only works every seven years. But as CBG once pointed out “For many of you, this will be much less breeding. For me, much, much more.”

74. AJ - March 4, 2009

42: Bradley1701

“And AJ…you might want to stop being so pompous and acting as though you know everything…oh and take that warp core out of your ***….!”

I know nothing, except that I really want this new “Star Trek” to succeed. I really hope the cologne sells, and that the bobble-heads sell, and in the primary, not secondary, market.

What I see is that CBS is licensing the hell out of TOS to coincide with sister compamy Paramount’s new flick. But there have been no attempts to put TOS-R into the limelight, i.e. back into syndication at normal times. We know TNG will get a push this Fall, but where will the business come from for all the new “classic” TOS swag?

75. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

TOG — cologne is probably too girly-man for a Klingon!

76. Carlos Teran - March 4, 2009

Well, it was about time for a product like this. I’m gonna give them a try, for sure.

77. Stan Winstone - March 4, 2009

Um is anyone at Paramount doing market research? We like this show/movie series but we are not brainless automatons who buy any item that has T-R-E-K printed on it.

78. Cindilou - March 4, 2009

I definitely want Pon Farr. I am such a nerd…though I will smell it before I buy it.

79. Mr. Bob Dobalina - March 4, 2009

Mr. Aroz and AJ must be the same guy lol If they’re not, they should be!

Personally, I’m loving the TOS saturation, it’s all about exposure people. It DOES serve to promote TOS and the movie,whether you like it or understand it or not. And john’s artitcles serve as a great “heads up” about what’s coming down the pike. I’m also loving the packaging on these. The targeted red shirt with the bullethole in the bottle is great. Who ever thought perfume could be fun??

AJ and Mr. Atoz need to lighten up.

80. Frank - March 4, 2009

I think they should have concentrated on something that most Trekkies could really use… deodorant.

81. Raktajino - March 4, 2009

I appreciate these articles – funny, offbeat, yet interesting. As such, while I don’t wear cologne, I am certainly interested in what it smells like. If I like it, I will buy it. If I don’t like it, I won’t buy it. Keep up the good work; and naysayers – Get a life. For cryin’ out loud, it’s just a website.

82. Kirk's Wingman - March 4, 2009

Very funny stuff! And much more appealing than naming the fragrance, “Fat, Sweaty, 30-something Trekkie Living in His Parents Basement”.

83. Drapera - March 4, 2009


The Janice Lester is priceless!!!

How about Pop-Rocks repackaged with Vaal on the front!

84. Commodore Redshirt - March 4, 2009

Smells like Ten-Forward in here…

85. Fansince9 - March 4, 2009

Come on, how’s about a woman’s fragrance. BOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

86. Jorge - March 4, 2009

Come on, how’s about a kligon’s fragance!!!!! ;-D

87. I am Kurok! - March 4, 2009

Cute, but I’m holding out for the liquor. . . .

88. yellowdog442 - March 4, 2009

You know, before I answer any more questions there’s something I wanted to say. Having received all your letters over the years, and I’ve spoken to many of you, and some of you have traveled… y’know… hundreds of miles to be here, I’d just like to say… GET A LIFE, will you people? I mean, for crying out loud, it’s just a TV show! I mean, look at you, look at the way you’re dressed! You’ve turned an enjoyable little job, that I did as a lark for a few years, into a COLOSSAL WASTE OF TIME!

I mean, how old are you people? What have you done with yourselves?

You, you must be almost 30… have you ever kissed a girl?

89. Bradley1701 - March 4, 2009

AJ – Agreed. Trek has never seen this level of attention though. Is this really over merchandising or is this standard in preparation for what they expect to be a hit movie and thus a big boost for the franchise as a whole? Maybe they expect the movie to have a younger generation who like it to try and latch on to the 60’s version as well which is why all of this marketing has shown the likeness’ of the original actors?

90. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - March 4, 2009

Ill wait till the perfume and cologn of the Terran Empire comes out. Then Ill purchase.

91. Anthony Pascale - March 4, 2009

AJ warning for flaming.
MrAtoZ, banned for a week

the rules of decorum apply to the article writers as well as you fellow posters and you two have stepped over the line, big time.

comments to

92. Payne, Thomas - March 4, 2009

One Question: Will it aid in my seduction of green women?

93. Andy Patterson - March 4, 2009

Hey John I’m with you buddy. I think it’s a fun find. We teachers need to stick together.


Yeah, I like that too. Anything with her. And she’s my Mom’s age. Wow.

94. Kirk's Wingman - March 4, 2009


How about “Tranya: It’ll get ya crunk! You might even sleep with a Tellerite!”

95. DGill - March 4, 2009

Hahahahah, I remember buying that ‘First Contact’ cologne/wallet/soap set at The Experience when I was 11. The wallet was pretty bad, but the cologne drove the ladies wild…or at least I think it did. :D

I’m going to have to save up for a little bit of Red Shirt!

96. Kayla Iacovino - March 4, 2009

I think this is awesome! John, the article is great as usual. Anyone who is irate need not comment.

97. Colonel West - March 4, 2009

The Naked Time: For those situations when you just can’t help yourself…

98. JR - March 4, 2009

LOVE IT!! But it can’t compare with Sex Panther by Odeon…well maybe 7 of 9 perfume could. :)

99. OM - March 4, 2009

…Something smells about this story.

100. COOLPT - March 4, 2009

Don’t forget to get the new Major League Baseball spray coming out:
For Foul Balzz!!

101. Iowagirl - March 4, 2009


Thanks for the article, John. These are real fun.

And yes, where are the woman fragrances??

I’m waiting for “Sylvia – Release Your Inner Cat”…

102. John Tenuto - March 4, 2009

Hello Everyone,

Ponn Farr will be a woman’s fragrance, and we will have more details on that soon.

103. Odkin - March 4, 2009

Attn John Tenuto

I like all your articles. Please keep writing and contributing here. There are some very immature people here who take their obsession too seriously and have no social skills. I agree that you have every right to be offended by what some of them have said about you and your article.

I think your responses to the idiots have been entirely inappropriate. I don’t know if you plan to publicly write other things, but if you do you’ll need a thicker skin. You’re rolling around in their mud, and losing the aura of professionalism that automatically follows from being a featured writer at an important site.

Just laugh at them. You are writing for a major semi-pro site. Your name is known among fans. They are sitting at their mom’s computer thinking “worst…article…EVER!” and trying to bait you. You win automatically.

Just let it go. And start writing the next article!

104. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

Don’t like the bottle for Red Shirt much, but the concept is priceless. Tiberius is just cool all around.

I have never seen this kind of Trek marketing before.

105. Odkin - March 4, 2009

I think “Orion” would make a wonderful name for a women’s fragrance, but I’ve always been partial to green. And fragrance. And women.

106. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

btw, is that the redshirt that got struck by lightning in “The Apple”?

107. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

Re: 15. I bought the Star Wars cologne “Chewie”. Smelled like dog ass.

108. garen - March 4, 2009

when these were first announced…my girlfriend wanted me to wear Ponn Farr once it came out. BUt now that we know PF is for woman….it looks like its going to be TIberius for me all the way.

I think this is both fun and serious at the same time. I like this idea.

109. AJ - March 4, 2009



That would be the ideal scenario. Now that TOS is remastered, bring the youngsters in for a look after the new film makes them curious and hungry for more. I hope the new film is such a success.

110. Mugz - March 4, 2009

For God’s sake han’t this marketing of a science fiction show gone a bit too far now??!?

Money making whores!

111. Odkin - March 4, 2009

110- Whores that DON’T make money don’t last very long. Make up your mind – do you want Star Trek to continue, or not? No one is in business for their health or your personal entertainment.

112. Will_H - March 4, 2009

That’s freaking epic, I honestly might buy one.

113. Mot - March 4, 2009

I want Star Trek everywhere. I’m waiting for the Star Trek Blipverts.

114. DJ Neelix - March 4, 2009

Err, you don’t complain on all the toys but you do on this?
My reaction was “finally something I could use!”
Maybe that’s why – perhaps all of you complainers don’t actually use cologne or deodorant..?

And I agree with Thorsten that they have actually put an effort in it this time, not just put the logo on a stupid lunch box. This is probably the most interesting Star Trek license product I’ve seen so far…

And the whole Red Shirt-thing is absolutely priceless, LOL!

115. number6 - March 4, 2009

“The scent of your next convention.”

Beats the usual scent of the hygenically challenged fan!!

I am sure all the “haters” have already placed their order for Ponn Farr.

I’m sure the “earthy, peatey aroma” of “Q’Plah” will be a fan favourite.

Star Trek has a line of fine fragrances.

Star Trek has arrived.

116. Holger - March 4, 2009

20 asylumjn: But it’s not a mating ritual either, as it’s not a ritual at all, but a biological condition. And my post wasn’t all that serious either.
The only thing worse than a Trek lore correctionist is a zealous Trek lore correctionist basher.

117. OneBuckFilms - March 4, 2009

As goofy as this product is from my perspective, it’s actually a fun idea.

Please, all this personal Bovine Excrement back and forth is unbecoming of Star Trek Fans.

I guess some people have never heeded the IDIC philosophy.

118. Holger - March 4, 2009

26 SPB: LOL!

119. chincey - March 4, 2009

Reminds me of the other Trek cologne I saw online:

120. Aldo F. Rodriguez - March 4, 2009

Hey! That’s Ensign Rizzo from the “Obsession” episode. I recognize that look from the scene when he first encounters that’ sickly-sweet’ smelling vampire cloud

121. I Am Morg Not Eymorg - March 4, 2009

John Tenuto

Don’t sweat the Herberts. I dig your articles and keep them coming, and I for one think the companies should give you more free swag.

122. Krik Semaj - March 4, 2009


123. Krik Semaj - March 4, 2009

Just checking my new server.
To all those complaining about crass commercialism. Please Stop Now!
Star Trek itself is a product. So what if there is additional merchandising? Gene Roddenberry forced Nimoy to wear an IDIC emblem in the show (Nimoy thought it was stupid) to bolster the sales of that thing.
Get over it. Buy them and add them to your Trek collectables.
I know I will – but I doubt that I’ll wear the stuff.

124. Capt Mike Of The Terran Empire - March 4, 2009

I for one probly will not wear the cologn and will not buy any of the perfume. But I love the fact they are promoting it. I thin it is great. They are Tring there best to get Trek into the mainstream and make it like the Dark Night. The Dark night is not just another batman movie anyomore it is an Icon and in the main straem. So for the nay sayers do us all a faver and get into the agoniser booth.Or you will be forced in there for a time of not less then 12 hours and up to 7 days.

125. Robert Bernardo - March 4, 2009

Must get the Pon Farr perfume for my female Trekkie friend. The problem is will she use it. ;)

126. Harry Ballz - March 4, 2009

I assume the Pon Farr perfume will have enough pheromones in it to stop a Spock in his tracks?

Here Spocky, Spocky……

127. krikzil (aka Lixy) - March 4, 2009

#126–Harry, uh, not sure all women would want him to stop. (Thinking of a certain gal we both know and love….)

128. cmdr diaz - March 4, 2009

any info on possible costs john?

129. Chadwick - March 4, 2009

I don’t ware cologne any more, its just more chemicals that we expose ourselves too, as long as you have a shower your ready to go out, I find more girls like the clean natural rather than soaked with chemicals.

130.   Boldly go by ClunkClunk - March 4, 2009

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131. ENGON - March 4, 2009

Tag lines:

TIBERIUS: The fragrance that says, “Whatever your game is, I’ll play it.”

RED SHIRT: “A subtle scent that will let her know that you’re expendable.”

PONN FARR: “Send your man deep into the Plak Tow.”

Or, maybe…

PONN FARR: A vast improvement over our previous scent, “Jamie Farr.”

132. S. John Ross - March 4, 2009

PONN FARR: “For I have killed my captain and my friend”

133. Crewman Darnell - March 4, 2009

Great promo article, John!

The best laugh I’ve had so far, today.

This stuff is even better than “Nacelles Weekly” because they’re *real* products. I for one have no problem with this sort of marketing, especially because it “honors” TOS. Obviously these fragrances also contain a hint of “cheese” but that’s part of what makes them appealing. My bathroom shelf won’t be complete until it features “Tiberius” and “Red Shirt.”

Genki Wear really should seize the opportunity to launch an “Orian” line of perfume. “Green Skin.. Red Hot!”

134. KJTrek - March 4, 2009

7 – I think you’re a bit confused, this has NOTHING to do with the new movie, it’s just general Star Trek… so settle down

I think this is hilarious (in a good way) and if it’s reasonably priced I would have no problem buying this, and may get a good chuckle out of it too. I’m impressed.

135. DGill - March 4, 2009


Another good one would be:

PONN FARR: “You shall cease to pry into my personal matters or I shall certainly break your neck!”

If not the bottle, it could be one of the testimonial quotes on the box.

136. 1701 over Gotham City - March 4, 2009

Hysterical :)

My wife will want the Pon Farr!

And I don’t think these are a bad idea… Batman has had a cologne, Bond, Star Wars, NightmAre Before Christmas… it’s not a big deal.

After all, when it comes to a licensed product, it’s what’s going to bring in cash… not what fans think is “respectable” to the subject matter. C’mon, it’s no worse than the MASH vodka I.V.

137. cpelc - March 4, 2009


It’s a matter of biology…..Vulcan biology.


The birds and the bees are nothing compared to this.

138. DGill - March 4, 2009


Get out! They actually have a MASH Vodka I.V.??


139. thebiggfrogg - March 4, 2009

#38. My, my high and mighty aren’t we? In case you haven’t noticed Star Trek is a pop culture phenom. It is commercial by its very nature. Although our over-advertised, media junk age often annoys me to no end criticizing Star Trek perfume as crass commercialism is splitting the hair mighty thin. They call Star Trek and other of its ilk “franchises” (much as I loath the term) like McDonald’s or Dairy Queen. Commercialism is what Trek is all about (and if you don’t think so there was an interview with Nimoy and Shatner a few years back where they were asked what they thought of the newly announced Trek XI to which they responded, and I paraphrase, “it is okay with them; is Paramount going to give away their license to print money”).

Like it or not commercialism is part of this beast, so stash your high and mightiness. It don’t fit here.

140. Newman - March 4, 2009

haha that is awesome!!!!

Yes, the Red Shirt tag line is awesome.

141. Capt Mike Of The Terran Empire - March 4, 2009

How about. Red shirt. . Ill die for you. Pon Farr. from 7 years to 7 minutes. Tiberious. Im the Capt and im always ready to command in bed

142. Peet McKimmie - March 4, 2009

Re: Liz – “Should have called it Intruder Alert…”

Isn’t that the upcoming range of condoms? ;-)

143. Fleet Captain Kor'Tar - March 4, 2009

Nice , now they just need a Klingon scent .

Qa’Pla! – The smell of success!!!


144. Liz - March 4, 2009

“142. Peet McKimmie – March 4, 2009
Re: Liz – “Should have called it Intruder Alert…”

Isn’t that the upcoming range of condoms? ;-)”

If they can only make one that sounds like Patrick Stewart crooning “Make it so”. Now THAT would really get the chicks!

145. screaming satellite - March 4, 2009

this is a great article…i might buy one but i cant decide which…ah heck itd have to be Tiberius

other ones they could do.:

Singh – a superior scent

146. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

PONN FARR: Worth Killing For
RED SHIRT: Live Dangerously
TIBERIUS: Take Command

147. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

I just noticed the Red Shirt bottle has a faux bullet hole over the rank insignia.

148. screaming satellite - March 4, 2009

Obsession… James T Kirk….

sweet…like honey

149. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

SCOTTY: Comes in a one pint bottle.

150. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

And it’s green.

151. screaming satellite - March 4, 2009

147 – yeah maybe the silhouette of a redshirt being disintergrated TOS style wouldve been better..

152. Kirk's Girdle - March 4, 2009

144: Re Condom line:

“The new shields held!”

How about an extra large line called: DOOMSDAY MACHINE?

153. Christine - March 4, 2009

Haha!!! “..The most risqué titled of the new Star Trek fragrances is “Ponn Farr” which is a perfume designed to “drive him wild.”…”

That made me laugh so hard. I’ll make sure to not spray it around the cute-yet-rather-idiotic guy who sits next to me in Economics class. xD ‘Sides, he’s a jock and taken!

Fascinating. ;3

154. Dierna - March 4, 2009

So.. you either wanna smell like Mirror Kirk, a potential dead guy or a rutting Vulcan. Yeah… good choices there. :P

155. bgiles73 - March 4, 2009

Just so they don’t smell like Ben Gay or Old Spice!

156. Anonymous Red Shirt - March 4, 2009

Based on my experiences in convention dealer rooms, Genki forgot to produce a fragrance that ought to be of greater concern to many Star Trek fans: soap. :-D

157. Capt Mike Of The Terran Empire - March 4, 2009

156. Soap. Whats that!

158. Mattster - March 4, 2009

I’m waiting for Shatner to make “Get A Life” cologne

159. Carlg - March 4, 2009

Red Shirt — perfect for the hot date with the mysterious babe that turns into a hideous salt vampire, or a killer android, or a Romulan assassin…

160. ENGON - March 4, 2009

PONN FARR: The scent that tells him you would marry him all over again…if he were seven.

161. McCoy's Gall Bladder - March 4, 2009

“Note to the galley, Romulan Ale no longer to be served at Fashion Week.” ~Kirk

“What is it with you, anyway?” ~McCoy

162. Jovan - March 4, 2009

154: I’ll have you know that we Vulcans smell… as you Humans say, pleasant.


163. SerenityActual - March 4, 2009

Great article! Keep it up!

These I will just get to put on my oddities shelf. I love the box and bottle designs.

164. THX-1138-The Horn Xpressionist - March 4, 2009

If they want to sell perfume to Trekkies they should make them smell like freshly microwaved Hot Pockets.

You could call it “Replicator”.

165. The Jui$tain - March 4, 2009

Scotty: Always ready to beam you up.

Red Shirt: Well, you’re screwed.


166. The Jui$tain - March 4, 2009


Truly ingenious my friend.

I might get Pon-Farr for my girlfriend….hehe


167. Swollen Ballz - March 4, 2009

Hey! I need all the help I can get!!! With the ladies.LOL!

168. Harry Ballz - March 4, 2009


Well, you can start by putting some ice on those ballz!

169. ENGON - March 4, 2009

Rejected Tag Lines:

TIBERIUS: The next step up in “rank.”

RED SHIRT: You won’t need the whole bottle!

PONN FARR: One whiff and your mate won’t be able to cry “Kroykah!”

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172. Peet McKimmie - March 5, 2009

More condom range suggestions:

“Och, Captain, She canna’ take any more!”

“If I give her any more, she’ll blow!”

173. Smells Like Vulcan Spirit | The Minority Report - March 5, 2009

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174. KendallJaye - March 5, 2009

Tiberius…….the smell of A MAN’S MAN………

175. Fellas: For the geek in ya - Best Talk On The Web - March 5, 2009

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[…] March 5, 2009 · No Comments So here we went ahead reaching a new level of Star Trek merchandise: There will be Star Trek cologne coming in three different fragrances called ‘Red Shirt’, ‘Tiberius’ and (that one I already like best, cause I have a Star Trek background) ‘Ponn Farr’. Wow that’s going to be just great at the next Star Trek convention, when everybody smells the same! Well maybe it’ll be a blessing in disguise, because some of them people might have smelled worse before, who knows and since I DON’T go to Star Trek conventions, I can just rely on knowledge that derives from stereotypes. Anyway, hit the jump for some pics and detailed discriptions of the fragrances. (via […]

177. Hassan bin Sober - March 5, 2009

Try the Klingon scent, it’ll keep everyone away!

178. Too Young for TOS, Too Old for Voyager... - March 5, 2009

You know, with all the talk of the condom line, I’m surprised you cats missed what I thought would be the obvious Trek condom line: Raised Shields : )

179. Star Trek Aftershave Boldly Goes…. On Your Face » - March 5, 2009

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180. Susan Shwartz - March 5, 2009

I wish they had something Romulan. You could call it “intrigue.”

181. Kirk Augustine » Stuff You Probably Should Not Buy - Star Trek Fragrance - March 5, 2009

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182. Lynn - March 5, 2009

Wonderful! But I wish they had more than one for the women and definitely something besides “Pon Farr”. I’m afraid I don’t have any specific ideas myself. That’s why I’m not in marketing.

183. Lure 'em In - March 5, 2009

I’m waiting for the Tribble Piss cologne. You know, Ode de Tribble Toilet.

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187. Mark Lynch - March 5, 2009

Good grief, when you think you have heard it all…
For years, nothing, nada, no new merchandise, then what happens? It’s like London buses, you wait ages at the bus stop, then three turn up at once. :)

But perhaps I will buy Ponn Farr for my partner so that she can stare at me with disbelief and then hit me!

188. I am Kurok! - March 5, 2009

Of course, I’m waiting for the follow-up to Tiberius, ‘KUROK,’ something a bit wild with a hint of musk and faintly smokey, for those “Gods who bleed…”

189. Swollen Ballz - March 5, 2009

#168 Harry Ballz

Thanks for the advice. That name is derived from either one of two things.
1. Being repeatedly kicked below the belt and above the knees for having a wicked sense of humor with the ladies and or 2. having the courage and downright intestinal fortitude to persist in said course.

But again thanks for the tip ;)

190. Lula Lee - March 5, 2009

I want “Eau D’Odo”

191. SupremeDalekOnTheBridge - March 5, 2009

I think the packaging is very well done. The “Red Shirt” box, bottle and tagline are a riot!

192. Cobalt 1365 - March 5, 2009

I groaned when I heard that star-trek themed colognes and perfumes were coming out, but it sounds like the company behind this did their trek homework, and its good to hear that they actually developed legit scents. I MAY envision myself buying some, maybe the Tiberius, if it actually smells good (or good to the ladies), but no matter how Trek-related it is, if it smells like cheap stuff you can count me out.

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194. Harry Ballz - March 5, 2009

#189 Swollen Ballz

based on what you’ve described, thus the ice….when they go to kick you in the nether region you simply whip out a chunk of the frozen water and politely ask, “care to break the ice instead?”

…….works every time!

195. More, More and More » Blog Archive » Star Trek: The Final Fragrance - March 5, 2009

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197. Patrick Sauriol - March 5, 2009

John, keep rocking with your articles. Seeing this made my day, and I did a nice write-up over at my place (Corona Coming Attractions). I’ve gotta get a bottle of RED SHIRT, I’ve got a hot date after this landing party assignment.

198. Sandalwood and Musk, with Overtones of Ham :: Agent Bedhead - March 5, 2009

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199. eforhan - March 5, 2009

Dragon*Con called Pon Farr fragrance first:

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201. Schultz - March 5, 2009

Cheapo garbage. I’ll stick with real perfume, quality stuff, like Dawn Spencer Hurwitz. I could bathe in that stuff!

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207. Davidkevin - March 6, 2009

“Promise her anything but give her Warp Nine.”

208. Eau Du Kirk: Star Trek Cologne « - March 6, 2009

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210. Kate - March 6, 2009

I may be a chick, but I’m still getting myself the Red Shirt. It sounds like it’ll have a decent smell. Plus I can really strut my inner geek every time my friends ask “Is that a new fragrance?” “Yup, they call it Red Shirt!” To quote a different fandom entirely “Man, I am REALLY geeking out right now…” *fist in the air* Geek Pride! Oh, and speaking of my utter and enduring geekdom, everyone who mentioned that they want an “Orion” fragrance for women? Didn’t “Enterprise” kind of establish that the smell of a female Orion does things to a man’s sense of free will? Of course, if that’s really your thing, male Trekkies, I’ll just have to suffer and splash on large quantities on a regular basis ;p

211. john lendman - March 6, 2009

hey John Tenuto, I’m a writer from the Chicago Tribune wanting to do a short feature on these colognes for our features section, do you have Genki Wear’s contact number info?
could you email it to me?> i’m having the hardest time getting a response from their email system

212. Mikey - March 7, 2009

No Worf scent? You know… peaty, with a hint of lilac?

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215. Katie G. - March 7, 2009

Re: #12. The Last Maquis

“Enslave Her Heart with “Terok Noir” ……”

LOL! Well done!

Star Trek toilet paper. Hmmm… I can see it now. All the big stars’ faces plastered over the packaging. How bizarre.

I know:

Clean up with Kirk!

Spotless with Spock!

Paperwork with Picard!

Wipe with Wesley!

Dab with Data!

Swab with Sisko!

Odourless with Odo!

Hygienic with Hoshi!

There are others that would fit but aren’t appropriate. Okay, I’m really, really tired.





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217. John Narkiewicz - March 8, 2009

It looks like they’ve set up a Twitter account:


It only has two updates from this weekend, but it sounds like they’re definately working on it!

218. Nexgen Arashen - March 9, 2009

J.T. Kirk

“Do I smell a pompous ass?”

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225. Word from the Multiverse | Science Not Fiction | Discover Magazine - March 10, 2009

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228. Bonk - March 10, 2009

I want the red shirt! Those guys rock the most in the shows!

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230. Cheryl - March 11, 2009

These are hysterical…My prediction…Red Shirt will be the best seller among Star Trek fans….Tiberius will sell the most over all.

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233. Boner McCoy - March 14, 2009

Wow! It smells just like Shatner after a sweaty gym workout!

234. Aquarius - March 14, 2009

Personally I think this is a fun idea! Don’t know how my boyfriend would feel if I tried to give him something called “Red Shirt”, though….”Hon, just what are you trying to SAY here??!!” lol

Any way, I love this. And I don’t care that a company is trying to shamelessly make money off of me–no company is ever in business to LOSE money, is it? They’ve come up with an unusual product that a target consumer may want…and frankly I think I’ll have an easier time affording this than a bazillion-dollar replica model.

235. Alfetta159 - March 17, 2009

Great, Now I have two reasons not to stand too close to a “red shirt”!

236. szthdy - March 17, 2009

Yup, it’s true: this is likely geared to us female fans. Don’t ever forget that we do indeed exist!!!
I’m looking forward to it. The packaging and thought put into it blends the right mix of fun/cheese & class/usefulness

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242. Al - April 15, 2009


243. Olivia Ramage - April 26, 2009

I need to catch up, can you darling send me some condensed virsions of all your favourites, and a suit that fits, yes, you may have to take meseaurments cos im going baty.

244. DTs Flash Drive Blog - May 4, 2009

I wonder what a 7 of 9 perfume would smell like. Sexy or techy?

245. Robert - May 13, 2009

I need some of this to put right next to my Hai Karate! cologne (Be careful how you use it.) :)

246. Melissa - September 25, 2009

anyone know where I can go (a store) to at least smell Red Shirt before I buy it/ I can only find it for sale on the internet, and I don’t wanna buy without smelling it first.

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