Baraonda is a spirit in a perfume bottle. This is a quest to evoke the powerful and mighty whisper of an olfactory stirring by rejoining everything and nothing. The fragrance was inspired by Venedikt Yerofeyev’s book “Moscow-Petushki” and it captures the essence of the journey through Moscow stations.

It is an ethylic poem that has no brakes nor limits, an ode to all types of alcohol and the
clouded aftermaths. Baraonda is a sensory hurricane that surrounds one with a mixture of hot and aromatic notes, the scent of old barrels with a fruity aftertaste. A delicate and costly creation that blends the taste and the smell of a single malt whiskey, lucid dreaming and reality, personal actions and reactions.

The cap of the bottle is made of Portuguese and Italian corks, a reference to bottling elements of alcoholic beverages. The color of Baraonda perfume liquid is a reminiscent of a liquor. Motivated by everything Moscow and Russian Red, the package is a message on its own.


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