Snake Oil with four mints, bergamot, and green tea.
A Pantomime of Deviltry and Debauch in Seven Acts
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– May 18, 2018
Like a freshly-showered hippie in a brisk mountain breeze.
– June 11, 2017
The mint and green tea are the clear standouts on my skin. I like the smell of snake oil, but I find it a little too much for everyday wear, so I was really hoping one of these Snake Pit blends would tone it down enough for me to get that vibe without overwhelming the people in my office. I think this smells really fresh and zingy. I think I like it, but I don’t know that I LOVE it. I’ll probably try it a few more times and see how I feel in it all day.
Where I’d wear it: A sunny, outdoor summer festival
– December 23, 2016
The mint in this blend is bright and fresh smelling – like freshly picked mint leaves. The minty notes along with bergamot and a touch of green tea blend perfectly with sultry, magnetic Snake Oil. I find it helps me suppress appetite whereas some other blends make me hungry and yet it’s a wonderful smelling fragrance. Fresh and adventurous with an underlying sensuality. I’d classify this unique blend as unisex.
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Inspired by the character HUNTER ROSE.
The first of the Grendel legacy, a stylish, best-selling author who leads a double life as a relentless assassin and all-powerful mob overlord.
An elegant cologne of olibanum, opoponax, leather accord, black amber, bois de jasmine, cade wood, pale balsam, orange blossom, oudh, black plum, bourbon vanilla, and sandalwood.
The Misericordia, or Tristis, are vampires that are consumed with a longing to regain their lost humanity, some to the point of being driven mad by the desire to be human once more. The shock of their transition into vampirism and the rejection they faced from friends and loved ones was devastating, and it compromises their ability to find solace and comfort. Unlike the Transeo, Misericordia cannot merge into human society, but are relegated by their own grief to the position of outsiders. Their inherent melancholy and morose temperaments make it difficult for them to cultivate relationships with either humans or vampires. Most vampires treat the Misericordia with a fair amount of derision, and they are sometimes hunted by Interfectors who see the perspective of the Misericordia as an affront to their way of thinking.
Eons of grief and unending hunger: magnolia, black currant, castoreum accord, lavender, labdanum, amber, rose otto, and opoponax.
Damascus rose, jasmine, myrrh, opoponax, white sage, and patchouli.
From livid skies that, without end, As stormy as your future roll, What thoughts into your empty soul (Answer me, libertine!) descend?
â Insatiable yet for all That turns on darkness, doom, or dice, I’ll not, like Ovid, mourn my fall, Chased from the Latin paradise.
Skies, torn like seacoasts by the storm! In you I see my pride take form, And the huge clouds that rush in streams
Are the black hearses of my dreams, And your red rays reflect the hell, In which my heart is pleased to dwell.
The perfume of a hellbound soul, gleefully lost to iniquity: blood musk, golden honey, thick black wine, champagne grapes, tobacco flower, plum blossom, tonka bean, oakmoss, carnation, benzoin, opoponax, and sugar cane.