Dama Koupa - eau de parfum
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Dama Koupa, meaning ‘The Queen of Hearts’ in Greek, emanates elegance and passion. When developing it, Spyros set out on a mission to create a seductive yet sensual fragrance without it being vulgar or screaming in your face for attention.
This formula took around 2 years to perfect. At the heart of the fragrance is an iris accord which incorporates a bit of orris butter. This stuff is truly special in perfumery. It is derived from the roots of the bearded iris, the same irises that were famously painted by Van Gogh.
Although it has a feminine name, it certainly is not only a feminine fragrance, and works beautifully on men as well.
Beeswax, Orris, Musk, Osmanthus, Amber, Macaroons
Baruti means gunpowder in the Greek and Arab language (μπαροuτι) and you can tell why: each fragrance is like a fragrant unexpected explosion on your skin. Baruti is the label of the Dutch-Greek independent perfumer, Spyros Drosopoulos, introduced in 2015. Spyros combines creativity with wearability in fragrances, resulting in perfumes that are strong, memorable and intense.
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Gourmand fragrances are sweet, tempting and mouthwatering. Just as much we enjoy eating sweets, perfumers are inspired by the addictive character of the almost edible notes. Gourmand is the collective name for sweet delicacies. Think of chocolate, hazelnut, vanilla, coffee, caramelized sugar, bubblegum or licorice, yummmmm.
Born in the Netherlands and raised in Greece, Spyros Drosopoulos has always been a connoisseur of smell and taste. After a scientific career as psychologist, Spyros decided to dedicate his creative talents and his sharp analytical mind entirely to creating extraordinary perfumes. As independent perfumer since 2012 he launched his own brand Baruti in 2015. "This is what my dreams smell like, I make personal and immediate perfumes. Deceptively playful, rooted in the unconscious, perplexing the senses, like kaleidoscopic explosions of beauty. They can blow you away." - Spyros Drosopoulos.