$4.50 – $19.50
Lightning slashing the midnight skies over the endless reaches of the ocean. The electric tang of ozone, marine notes, and a drop of sharp rain.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– October 29, 2017
Beautifully clean and fresh but with personality. Wore it out on a rainy day and it felt perfect.
– September 14, 2017
I call this the Disney perfume because it smells like a combination of the aromatic aspects of the ride Soarin’ and a perfume sold at Epcot by the name of Leila. It’s very aquatic, especially right out of the bottle, but doesn’t smell too much like hand soap. I won’t be keeping this imp for me, but it certainly works as a sharp, light, fresh fragrance.
– April 30, 2017
One of my favorite scents! It smells so clean and almost just like water to me. Definitely one of the best aquatics I’ve tried. Something I will be keeping in my collecting and reordering when I run out.
– April 26, 2017
This is a great spring scent that reminded me of a water lillies.
– February 21, 2017
Citrus meets aquatic. It might sound strange, but it’s a grand combination. My skin usually prefers warm notes, so aquatics can be hit or miss with me. And citrus generally smells good but fades quickly on me. Somehow, mixing the two fixes both things. The citrus scent makes this perfume clean and refreshing and not too…uh, blue…at all. The aquatic scent is in the background and simply keeps the smell clean and refreshing. And the citrus didn’t fade out of the scent. The mixture stayed just as it was and lasted all day. I highly recommend this one.
– November 8, 2016
Another imp, another fantastic scent. In the imp it’s sharp and refreshing. I accidentally spilled a little on my fingers while I was opening it, and now I can’t stop smelling them. Ooops.
– July 28, 2015
This scent reminds me of running out to get laundry off the line outdoors because a storm is rolling in and the first drops have suddenly splattered down. It has a clean, sharp, watery aroma. I wouldn’t characterize it as a marine scent, but rather one of summer rainstorms.
So refreshing. This was the first aquatic scent I tried, and I rather like it. I usually wear something woody and warm, but this is a very nice change.
– March 22, 2015
I was very intrigued by the description and decided to give this a try. I was pleasantly surprised! It has a definite zing to it and has strong ozone notes. Definitely unisex. I’d give it a 5/5 if it had stronger marine notes. Worth trying if you want something unusual.
– February 15, 2015
Smells like spring cleaning. Very fresh and sharp. Doesn’t work for me, but it’s a good scent if you like aquatics.
Unisex, aquatic, room scents, summer.
– October 7, 2014
I’m not 100% sold on this in both wet and dry form. It is very sharp and clean when wet, and as it dries it starts to smell like pine, at least… on me it does.
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This is the captured scent of a cold, moonless night, lost deep within the darkest wood. Haunting and desolate, this scent evokes images of fairy tale tragedy and half-remembered nightmares. Thick, viscous pine with ambergris, black musk, juniper and cypress.
The Dark Side of Fire: cinnamon, bitter almond, and neroli. Heavily spiced, torrid, and possibly conflagrant.
‘Tis said that when
The hands of men
Tamed this primeval wood,
And hoary trees with groans of woe,
Like warriors by an unknown foe,
Were in their strength subdued,
The virgin Earth Gave instant birth
To springs that ne’er did flow
That in the sun Did rivulets run,
And all around rare flowers did blow
The wild rose pale Perfumed the gale
And the queenly lily adown the dale
(Whom the sun and the dew
And the winds did woo),
With the gourd and the grape luxuriant grew.
So when in tears
The love of years
Is wasted like the snow,
And the fine fibrils of its life
By the rude wrong of instant strife
Are broken at a blow
Within the heart
Do springs upstart
Of which it doth now know,
And strange, sweet dreams,
Like silent streams
That from new fountains overflow,
With the earlier tide
Of rivers glide
Deep in the heart whose hope has died —
Quenching the fires its ashes hide, —
Its ashes, whence will spring and grow
Sweet flowers, ere long,
The rare and radiant flowers of song!
A sunlit ancient forest, dotted with wild roses, grape vine, and queenly lilies, clothed in swirls of opium smoke.
I grieve and dare not show my discontent,
I love and yet am forced to seem to hate,
I do, yet dare not say I ever meant,
I seem stark mute but inwardly do prate.
I am and not, I freeze and yet am burned,
Since from myself another self I turned.
My care is like my shadow in the sun,
Follows me flying, flies when I pursue it,
Stands and lies by me, doth what I have done.
His too familiar care doth make me rue it.
No means I find to rid him from my breast,
Till by the end of things it be supprest.
Some gentler passion slide into my mind,
For I am soft and made of melting snow;
Or be more cruel, love, and so be kind.
Let me or float or sink, be high or low.
Or let me live with some more sweet content,
Or die and so forget what love ere meant.
Inspired by the tragic, ill-fated love of Queen Elizabeth I and the Earl of Leicester. This is our modernization of a 17th-century perfume blend favored by British aristocracy: rosemary, orange flower, grape spirit, five rose variants, lemon peel, and mint.