Bergamot, Zitrische Notes, Bulgarian Rose
Coriander, Atlas Cedar, Iris, Incense
Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Musk
Xerjoff XJ 17/17 – Pikovaya Dama
Pikovaya Dama is a narrative of the legendary Russian author Alexander Pushkin. Released in 1834, the story tells about a “Queen of Spades” that drives an officer crazy in an all-important card game.
Hopefully, this fragrance will not drive anyone crazy – but one can not deny that Pikovaya Dama has an extremely intoxicating effect. The range of the cards, with which the perfume plays, ranges from clear and fresh to floral-powdery to spicy and woody facets.
After a citrus-floral start with bergamot, lime and Bulgarian rose, beguiling accents of coriander, orris, frankincense and Moroccan Atlas Cedar unfold – over a base of Indonesian pachouli, sandalwood from Ceylon, musk and Mexican vanilla.