$4.50 – $19.50
An enigmatic, otherworldly scent, brimming with power and mystery.
Lavender and jasmine, with a touch of glowing honeysuckle.
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Presented in an amber apothecary vial
– January 24, 2016
A delightful bouquet that makes me think of a seaside flower garden. Long-lasting and heavy on the jasmine; I will be buying a full bottle for sure.
– November 12, 2015
Heavy on the jasmine for me (which I think my skin tends to amp anyway) with a touch of honeysuckle. I can barely detect any lavender which I was hoping to be more prominent. I only have an imp of this so I won’t be wearing it again, but I do recommend it if you like jasmines!
– September 9, 2015
In the imp: Jasmine and lavender like whoa.
Wet: A blast of lavender is the first thing to greet my nose when this is freshly applied, but the jasmine takes care to flaunt its presence shortly afterward. I do get the honeysuckle, but it really is just a touch of it (much to my dismay – I really love the Lab’s honeysuckle note).
Then, as the scent begins to dry down, the honeysuckle note starts to emerge more. Huzzah!
Dry: Jasmine is the dominant note, followed by the lavender. I spoke too soon when I thought the honeysuckle was going to have a bigger role, because then the jasmine just decided to assert itself even more.
Verdict: I think this one would be a good sleep blend, as I find it rather relaxing, so I’ll keep my imp. However, I won’t need a bottle.
– May 26, 2015
This is exactly like ivory or jergens soap. Look out the window at twiligjt while wearing this h&there you have it….soap. too much lavender. Ill try reselling it online
– May 17, 2015
The honeysuckle in this one is very strong at first (in a good way), but as it dries the smell becomes kind of powdery, and almost like a rose scent. I don’t think I could see myself wearing this very often, but it would be a good “I’m trying to be professional” smell.
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Dried roses, rose leaf, Spanish moss, oakmoss and deep brown earth.
An olfactory serenede. A somber, contemplative scent — dreamy and subdued. Deepest violet touched with lilac and tuberose.
The Hebrew Underworld, the Abode of the Dead, the Pit. It is as forbidding as the grave itself: a joyless and dolorous cave deep with the bowels of Earth that every man, saint or sinner, must travel to upon death, where his soul finds rest in the silence and dust.
For the living know that they will die, but the dead donâ€™t know anything, neither do they have any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten. Also their love, their hatred, and their envy has perished long ago; neither have they any more a portion forever in anything that is done under the sun. Go your wayâ€”eat your bread with joy, and drink your wine with a merry heart; for God has already accepted your works. Let your garments be always white, and donâ€™t let your head lack oil. Live joyfully with the wife whom you love all the days of your life of vanity, which he has given you under the sun, all your days of vanity: for that is your portion in life, and in your labor in which you labor under the sun. Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in Sheol, where you are going.
Ecclesiastes 9:5 – 10
The final burst of the soul’s light and joy before passing into the depths of the earth, and into the cords of Sheol; Sheol, who is never satisfied, and who makes wide her soul to all. Vibrant gladiola, graceful stargazer lily, triumphant iris and bright heliotrope flare, and is finally made somber by heavy copal, a drop of labdanum, and tonka.
Reminiscent of hothouse blooms on a humid night, ripe, but touched with decay. Sweet honeysuckle and jasmine with a hint of lemon and spice.