Perfume ChasquiRegular price 130.00 EUR
The perfume Chasqui of Casa De Coca transports you to the vibrant green scenery of the Peruvian Andes. A tribute to the couriers of the Inca, for whom the coca leaf served as a source of energy.
Chasqui represents the energy and intense aura that envelops the courier during his fast-paced runs through nature. Elements from the sea, the jungle and the Andes come together in a unique blend. Out of a combination of Eau de Cologne and Eau-fraîche emerges a simple and clear and, at the same time, artfully refined freshness.
50 ml Eau de Parfum.
Top notes: lemon, red berries, cedar leaf
Heart notes: jasmine abs, mate, ozonic effects
Base notes: leather, mahogany
Ingredients: alcohol denat, perfume, aqua, limonene, linalool, citronellol, citral, eugenol, geraniol, benzyl benzoate.
Inca courier whose mission was to deliver news, orders and valuables among the members of the ruling class. The Chasqui-runners relied on their physical strength, on their energy and endurance. They followed an elaborate system of relays placed all over the Inca empire from the sea coast to cloud level in the Andes. Due to their relevance for the Inca elites, the Chasqui had access to the benefits of the coca leaf, which they used as an energizing element. Their legacy can be experienced today on the legendary Inca Trail.
Perfume Paq'osRegular price 130.00 EUR
With the perfume Paq’os by Casa De Coca, the creator wants to pay tribute to the mystical power of the Inca priests. For the priests, the coca leaf served as a ritual element in their ceremonies.
Paq’os is said to conjure the balance of inner and outward energy. A blend of fresh spicy effects and leafy green effervescent accords, invoke the coca leaf like a mysterious whisper from the Inca realm.
50 ml Eau de Parfum
Top notes: pink pepper, juniper, lime
Heart notes: mate, incense
Base notes: cedar wood, musk, vanilla touch
Ingredients: alcohol denat, perfume, aqua, limonene, linalool, hydroxycitronellal, citral, citronellol, hexyl cinnamal, geraniol.
Priests of the Inca, guardians of wisdom, counselors to the god-kings. In their ceremonies, they invoked the gods of the mountains, using the coca leaves to release the cosmic energy and to invoke the unity between the spheres. The ceremonies also had a purifying and healing effect. As members of the Inca elite, they were allowed to use the coca leaves for their purposes. Nowadays, the descendants of the Paq’os can still be visited in southern Peru.
Perfume Noche de CocaRegular price 130.00 EUR
Noche de Coca perfume of Casa De Coca evokes the magic aura and majesty of an Inca ceremony. The coca leaf serves as a majestic symbol.
Noche de Coca is worthy of an Inca ruler: sumptuous fabrics, heavy shining gold and sacred wooden gems in a sophisticated blend of incense and pink pepper built around a mineral core. With an intense constituent of a chypre base note, Noche de Coca produces a warm enveloping, yet effervescent effect.
50 ml, Eau de Parfum
Top notes: bergamot, davana, pink pepper
Heart notes: green allspice, leather
Base notes: maté abs, resin, labdanum
Ingredients: Alcohol Denat, Parfum, Aqua, Limonene, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, Citral, Citronellol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Geraniol.
Noche de Coca [Not-sche de Koka]
Rituals and ceremonies were a core element of the way of life in the Inca Empire. Majestic and ritual austerity characterized the ceremonies. Elaborately embroidered, opulent robes, heavy gold jewelry and a lofty demeanor of the Incan god-kings emphasized the importance of the rituals. The majestuous structures, including Machu Picchu, are the testimony of this sophisticated culture. A variety of museums introduce the visitors into the history of this ancient culture and give an overview of the impressive Inca craftsmanship including gold and textiles.
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