Dama Koupa is translated from Greek as “The Queen of Hearts”. 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 any gender.
macaroons, iris, osmanthus, musk, amber, white woods, beeswax, fir balsam absolute
ALCOHOL (Denat), WATER (Aqua), PARFUM (Fragrance (min. 21%)): ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE, LINALOOL, EVERNIA FURFURACEA EXTRACT (oakmoss)*, LIMONENE*, BENZYL BENZOATE, BENZYL ALCOHOL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, CITRONELLOL, EUGENOL, ISOEUGENOL*, GERANIOL, COUMARINE, FARNESOL*, BHT (antioxidant), BENZOPHENONE (UV filter). *of natural origin, present in essential oils and other used extracts