Casa de Coca

Casa De Coca pays homage to Inca cultural heritage with a modern twist, finding inspiration in the sacred coca leaf. Serving as the brand's guiding principle, this sacred leaf is reimagined in their creations, featuring a distinctive perfume line that encapsulates the essence of Casa De Coca's harmonious blend of tradition and innovation.

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    Casa De Coca was born from the shared passion of Beatrice Graf, who has German-Peruvian origins and resides in Munich as a Senior Editor at VOGUE, and renowned French perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, known for his work with Dior, Givenchy, and Comme des Garçons, celebrated for his extravagant and multi-layered signature.

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    FOUNDER: Beatrice Graf

    TEAM: Founder, Parfumeur and Designer

    LOCATION: Peru and Germany

    MATERIALS: Essential oils

    The renowned French perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour is the nose behind the creations. For him, the sites of Machu Picchu and Sacsayhuaman have been a lifelong travel destination. His youth was marked by these experiences, and for Casa De Coca, he reimagined the Inca universe with a modern vision. This endeavor held a special place in Bertrand Duchaufour's heart, making Casa De Coca a truly personal and collaborative project.

    Casa De Coca uses exclusive oils for the creation of the perfumes, which are blended in a factory in France’s Grasse, the world center of Haute Parfumerie. The fragrances contain elements of the Inca tradition, such as pink pepper oil, which is directly brought to Europe from Peru. Bottled by hand, the design of the flask is topped by a modern metal gem as a cap, which outlines the natural structure of a coca leaf. The colors of the flasks reflect the aura of the specific perfumes.