Our Xerjoff Pikovaya Dama samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Xerjoff.
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Original bottle not included with purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
A celebration of the Golden Era of Russian literature, Pikovaya Dama "Queen of Spades", named for the famed Pushkin story, is a glamorously vintage, unapologetically opulent emissary from bygone glory days. Blending sharp, vibrant citrus with a richly, unabashedly powdered romantic floral heart, atop a sensual base of musks, woods and vanillas.
But in reality, describing the individual notes feels incomplete somehow, as the real achievement of Pikovaya Dama is a sumptuously blended, wholly pervasive atmosphere of vintage grandeur, where the pillow-soft powder, luscious florals and deep musky base all exist simultaneously, exuding a soulfully resonant aura that only strengthens as it wears. Extravagant, beautiful and unique- Pikovaya Dama is a rare treasure indeed.
Bergamot, lemon, rose, neroli, coriander, atlas cedar, orris, incense, nutmeg, patchouli, sandalwood, musk, bourbon vanilla
I have been burned numerous times by Xerjoff fragrances. Not worth the asking price for me
It smells really soapy from the aldehydes, with a bit of rose and woods. Now its my favorite "clean" fragrance and got a full bottle. Last 14+hrs on my skin, but its really expensive
being Russian this one smells like some of the perfumes I smelled in the past, so very familiar to my nose. It's inspired by opera and this I would wear going to see ballet and opera, such a match to all the velvety red gold gilded chairs and open spaces like a palace or a theatre. Not your everyday perfume or light and cruisy. One word would describe it as pompous.