Uncompromising | Powerful | Spanish Leather

What is a perfume tradition? How important is it for the art of perfume? I know like no one else what a rich palette of olfactory colours oud can bring to the composition it is used in. It is a fragrant material that the peoples of the East have valued for millennia. European perfumery is a bit younger — it is hundreds of years old. It is documented that the first compositions in Europe were created in order to decorate the fragrance of leather. A lot has changed since then: leather fragrances have not lost popularity, but definitely have lost their strength and power. Today I want to present you an ultimate leather fragrance that draws inspiration from traditional European formulas. - Dmitri Bortnikoff.

Meet Classica, the uncompromising traditional fragrance of Peau d’Espagne, Spanish leather by Bortnikoff, created without regard to modern restrictions, but with an eye to the great perfume tradition of Europe and the recipes of the masters of the past.

Top Notes: 
Bergamot, Lemon, Neroli

Heart Notes: 
Orange Blossom, Rose de Mai, Heliotrope, Iris, Sandalwood, Olibanum

Base Notes: 
Labdanum, Castoreum, Birch Tar, Patchouli, Vetiver, Rosewood, Vanilla, Tonka Beans, Ambergris, Musk

Perfumer: Dmitri Bortnikoff


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