The Last Unicorn Perfume Oil $28.00

The Last Unicorn Perfume Oil


The unicorn lived in a lilac wood, and she lived all alone. She was very old, though she did not know it, and she was no longer the careless color of sea foam, but rather the color of snow falling on a moonlit night. But her eyes were still clear and unwearied, and she still moved like a shadow on the sea.

Frosty lilac petals, iris pallida root, orris, violet leaf, white chocolate, coconut, wild lettuce, white sandalwood, and oakmoss.

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Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and Black Phoenix Trading Post, in association with Conlan Press, are thrilled to present the first in a series of scents based on Peter S. Beagle’s classic fantasy novel, “The Last Unicorn.”

The Last UnicornPeter S. Beagle is an American fantasist and author of novels, nonfiction, and screenplays. Beagle is best known as the author of The Last Unicorn, A Fine and Private Place and I See By My Outfit.

The Last Unicorn was published in 1968. It has sold more than five million copies worldwide since its original publication, and has been translated into at least twenty languages.

In 2005 Beagle published a coda to The Last Unicorn, a novelette entitled “Two Hearts,“ and began work on a full-novel sequel. In 2006, “Two Hearts” won the prestigious Hugo Award for Best Novelette and in 2007 it won the Nebula Award in the same category. The story was also nominated as a short fiction finalist for the World Fantasy Award. In 2006, Beagle won the Inkpot Award for Outstanding Achievement in Science Fiction and Fantasy.

Label art was created for us by Renae De Liz, the artist on IDW Publishing’s six-issue comic miniseries of The Last Unicorn. Renae worked on The Last Unicorn comic with her husband, colorist Ray Dillon.

$26.00 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary glass vial.

Because of the nature of this project, individual imps are not available for any Last Unicorn scents.


  1. flushedwithglee

    At first, I mostly get the smell of wood, but it morphs into white chocolate and coconut once on the skin. As it dries, the chocolate mellows out and some soft floral notes start peeking through. The coconut grounds the scent and gives it both a rich background and sweetness, while the white chocolate and floral notes mingle into a subtle and lovely fragrance. This isn’t an in-your-face kind of oil, but more an intimate, comforting oil. It makes me think of hugs and coziness and romance and nature. It’s really quite a lovely scent. :>

  2. karen

    I wondered how the hell white chocolate, lilac, coconut and lettuce would go together. I think I just bought it out of curiosity. Well, Dear Reader, this fragrance is gorgeous, simply gorgeous. You smell the lettuce! And that is a good thing! Right out of the bottle, the lettuce and white chocolate notes are strong, but it then develops on my skin into a lovely light floral. Not real long lasting, a bit fragile, like Spring. On the other hand, my mom noticed it and commented favorably, and my mom is quite blunt if she doesn’t like something I’m wearing, Love You Mom!!

  3. Witold

    Review by my wife:
    The Last Unicorn is definitely my favourite scent. I expected much of it, because The Last Unicorn is my childhood most loved novel, and it really is everything my imagination was hoping for! This scent is sweet, creamy, very pleasing.
    Directly from the bottle I smell white chocolate, coconut and maybe some sandalwood.
    Wet on the skin the chocolate is dominant. Sweet but not foody.
    Dry on the skin the chocolate isn’t distinguishable any more and florals are more noticeable. But it all blends perfectly together into a floral, sweet, magical scent.
    I love it and recommend it to everyone who’d like to feel like in a fairy tale!

  4. jessecake

    The scent reminds me of freshly cut and stacked wood, upturned earth after digging a garden, and the slightest hint of flowers in a neighbor’s yard. I have been holding onto it hoping that some of the other scents will peek out, but so far that hasn’t happened. I will continue aging the bottle, but might end up selling or swapping it out.

  5. Luca Turin

    You might think that the first scent you notice would be lilac, but I never smelled lilac either in the bottle or at the dry down. The first scent is a creamy white chocolate with subtle, undefinable floral notes, coconut and sandalwood. Although this is a “girly” scent, it is complex and etherial and after a few minutes it turns into something both subtle and lovely. The scent lasts a long time on the skin but doesn’t have much throw. It would be great for more intimate situations.

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