The raw, untamable power of chaos. Rosewood, amber, red musk and a dribble of red sandalwood.
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$17.50 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
teagrrs – November 11, 2017:
A bit bitey and strong (more musk) when first applied, but calms down into woodsy like softer sandalwood for the majority of the day. I love this, wish I could just wrap myself in it.
littlejackal – September 14, 2017:
I bought this for my boyfriend, and WOW. This fragrance perfectly embodies cold, crisp night air, centuries old trees, and fresh soil. Absolutely beautiful. All the beauty of the forest without the obnoxious Christmas tree aroma that overpowers most common men’s cologne.
24instigation – November 27, 2016:
I can’t put into words how sensual and amazing this scent is. I wear it all the time as my signature scent( I switch up other BPAL scents once in a while) and get so many compliments from both men and women. It seems to appeal to both and I think it also works great as a unisex scent. I have tried many BPAL scents and although I always really like them, Fenris Wolf is still my favorite.
Jennifer – August 25, 2016:
I ordered a ton of imps ears and so far this is my favorite scent of all time! I put it on and couldn’t stop s,Ellington myself to the point that where I wound up painting it across my upper lip. It smells like I’m doing deep magic in the woods by a campfire with heat and passion in the smokey autumn air. I feel imbued with carnal energy. I had to douse myself in it, a little bit just wasn’t enough. If you’re looking for a good woodsy scent full of absolute witchiness then this is for you.
Witold – May 28, 2015:
By my wife:
What a pleasant aroma! For me it’s comforting, beautiful scent. I enjoy smelling it around me during the day. Sweet, woody notes make it really attractive and lovely. On the other hand red musk and red sandalwood bring some wildness to it, which makes this scent great both for women and men. On me all notes blend perfectly together and stay on skin all day. Also it has good throw, which is an additional plus.
lonewolfnyc – April 28, 2015:
The musk and sandalwood jumped out at me, and my first thought was “nag champa”. I found it a bit heavy. With time, it grew on me… has a autumn-like, magical feeling fitting for a wolf. A little goes a long way.
Gloame – February 15, 2015:
Smells red and woody! A little too spicy for my skin, but I love it on others. It doesn’t have any sweetness, so the wood and musk are the most dominant scents.
Unisex, wood, heat, dry.
xaglow – October 7, 2014:
The woods are strong with this one when it is wet. As it dries the amber and musk keep this nice and warm. I agree that it is a slightly unisex scent, but if you’re not a fan of your woods or musk this might not be for you.
Valran – September 29, 2014:
For something that is described as the untamable power of chaos, I’m very disappointed to open up the imp ear and find a puppy. This scent is weak. That is the best way to describe it really. I expected something strong and powerful, something that would leave a mark, but instead I got something a bit generic and unassuming. If you wanted something subtle though, this would be a fantastic scent to get. I just wanted something that didn’t make me smell like I took a brief stroll through a scented candle shop.
firstname.lastname@example.org – September 2, 2014:
I found this to be a very unisex scent, with sweet and resinous notes with a little bit of something ominous. It reminded me of a sleeping Fenris, bathed in the light of a sunbeam, warm fuzzy and inviting – except for the destructive malice that lies underneath. For all its sweetness, there is a note in the mix that grants this impression, and makes one a little edgy. A very good scent for days to take no prisoners.
Courtney – January 31, 2014:
I just got my 1/32 oz imp and I really like the scent. It smells so lovely and I have to agree with the review above me. The scent works for both genders and I am going to get a bigger size as soon as I finish the 1/32 oz. For anyone who isn’t sure about getting it I recommend getting the small vial and giving it a try. Out of the other three scents that I got I think this one is my favorite 🙂
Lycanthrope – November 22, 2013:
This is the best ever. I’m a guy who has been steeping in BPAL since about 2005, and this was one of my first full bottles. I personally love woodsy red musk scents, and Fenris Wolf has all the best aspects of a unisex (somewhat masculine, but furry and purring like a sports car) scent. For me, the red musk is dominant but the sandalwood gives it a warm, thrummy and strong base. The rosewood is not super prominent but it does add a flash of fang and is not supremely floral for those worried about rose itself. The scent dries down to a very nice, balanced and stable amber-musk, on the sweet side, with little furry corners of sandalwood. I think it’s glorious. A little goes a long way. Woof, indeed!
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