In the tradition of "Cuirs de Russie", Nicolas de Barry has recomposed a very classic perfume from the 1920s, which was a great success in Paris and Europe at that time: taking up the very characteristic smells of saddlery, with a heady note of burnt birch wood (which evokes the Russian "Banya"...), this very "club" perfume echoed a Russian fashion in Paris. On a cultural level, Serge Diaghilev's Ballets were the main attraction at the time. And the star: the Nijinsky dancer who distinguished himself in Prince Igor's Polovtsian dances...
This princely eau offers a Russian leather revisited: the birch and its smoky note, the woods, the leathers are there, but refreshed by notes of winter bergamot from Calabria.
The perfume family: leathery, woody
Top note: bergamot
Heart note: birch
Base note: leather