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A vital, bold scent, throbbing with sensuality. Essence of dragon’s blood resin, thickened with myrrh and cherry, with a trickle of clove.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– March 1, 2018
This is my favorite scent, so warm and inviting. Like wearing a hug of home, welcoming me back to bed. It starts off very sweet then mellows to a relaxing spice. I first sampled it in an imp then had to buy it. Now my bottle is out and I’m jonesing so hard right now, because it has been out of stock since December 2017. : (
– December 15, 2017
This is by FAR my FAVORITE smell. I love how the Dragon’s Blood and Clove smell together. I’ve been on the waitlist to get this in a Full size so long that my Imp has almost run out!! 🙁 Hope it comes back in stock soon <3
– October 28, 2017
I absolutely love this one. It’s very dragons blood heavy but has a wonderful sweet undertone of cherry. The Myrrh kind of levels out the sweetness of the cherry and it’s just wonderful.
– September 17, 2015
In the imp: The clove note jumps out to my nose at first, followed by the resins, and then a bit of cherry.
Wet: A rush of clove, and then the dragon’s blood note, which adds more spice to the blend. The myrrh note is also present, but it isn’t as strong as the other two notes. The cherry note is the last to emerge, but it seems to be getting stronger now that it has made its presence known. The clove is the strongest note, and I’m glad that it is, since it is the note I was looking forward to the most.
Dry: Clove and dragon’s blood reign. The cherry seems to have disappeared now. I’m not getting much myrrh at this point, either.
Verdict: This is a nice, spicy resin blend. I like the prominence of the clove in this one, but I’m not sure how I feel about the sweetness of the dragon’s blood. I don’t need a bottle of this, but I must say that this is one of the few scents that I like containing dragon’s blood.
– August 16, 2015
Nervously sweet when wet, but quickly dries into a sultry mix of myrrh and dragon’s blood.
– July 13, 2015
I got a few imps to try and this scent was by far my favorite. It was hypnotic and intoxicating. I couldn’t stop smelling it.
– March 10, 2015
A lovely oil. At first, it’s incredibly sweet smelling. After awhile it becomes more subtle, and the clove starts to come through.
I thought the myrrh added an underlying, sensual, almost incense-like character to it.
– November 26, 2014
A beautiful scent, elegantly dark and sensual. It has a twist of unusual cherry and clove sweetness when wet, unfortunately that sweetness wears off pretty quickly and shifts far away into the background.
– October 2, 2014
This is a gorgeous blend. When wet, it reminds me of these black cherry shaved ices I used to get years ago. When dry, it morphs into a lovely spicy incense with just a hint of cherry in the background. It doesn’t have a lot of sillage, but it is certainly not light on the skin. Lovely and subtly sensual.
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