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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
License Info: Xerjoff Pikovaya Dama sample is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scent Split is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored or supported by the design house in any manner. Scent Split is not in any way affiliated with Xerjoff. All perfume samples and decants are hand decanted into glass sprayable atomizers for 2ml, 5ml, 9ml and 30ml bottles and glass dabber vials into 1ml samples from the original fragrances by the original brands and sent to you carefully so that you can enjoy small quantities of fragrances you've been wanting to try and weren’t otherwise able to.
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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.
It blew my mind. I had previously heard very good comments but this is totally a jump of quality