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Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– October 27, 2020
Smells very floral to me. Maybe a combination of lilac and jasmine? There’s some sort of very faint undertone of something warm…but all in all I would have expected dragon’s blood to be a bit more fiery and complex…
– September 20, 2017
Smells like a floral candle mixed with a smidge of synthetic cherry.
I’m probably a lil more bias to this because I love the smell of warm wax.
– April 29, 2017
One of my all-time favourites!
Vanilla & Dragons Blood are perfect pairing, on me the dry-down is a not-so-ordinary vanilla. It toys with the idea of being food with out actually crossing over into the gourmand territory
– January 2, 2016
I received this as an frimp today and I was absolutely thrilled! Not because I think it smells like anything special, but because it smells like something I was looking for: lilac.
For those trying to place the floral note, it’s lilac (or what I understand lilac to smell like). It smells almost exactly like a lilac candle I owned a billion years ago.
Directly in the imp, all I could think was “this smells SO familiar” but couldn’t quite place it… like there’s some kind of spicy or acrid dissonance while it’s wet that kept me from pinpointing it.
Drying on my skin, the spiciness/acridness mellows out a bit, but it’s still there like a still-warm wick and soft wax, leaving me with memories of rainy evenings by candlelight. I can’t stop smiling. I specifically searched for lilac scents because of that candle when compiling my now enormous list of things to try out, but of course Dragon’s Blood didn’t surface in my search because there’s no keywords to match.
For those who fear floral scents, it’s not a bright, happy floral to me. Very mellow. I’m not picking up that it smells “red” in particular.
What a happy coincidence. I did put Dragon’s Milk and Dragon’s Musk on my wishlist. Can’t wait to get around to those now.
– September 9, 2015
This reminds me of a valentine’s day heart-shaped lollipop, if it fell into a bouquet of flowers…
– May 29, 2015
There’s something that reminds me of rubber in this, but it’s not unpleasant. (I don’t know what it is but I imagine it has something to do with resin.) The dominant note on me is red musk – it’s reminiscent of Scherezade but without any sweet spice. Rather, the musk is backed by something that reminds me of dry brush and wood fires. Dry, the woody notes anchor and round it out, but it does not morph otherwise.
– February 15, 2015
Smells RED. It’s hot, but not in a cinnamon way. In a fiery way. There’s musk and firewood. Slightly floral.
Unisex, warm, summer/fall.
– May 3, 2014
This is one of my favorites. It is strong and musky and lasts all day and night on me. If you like dragonblood incense or candles, this smells just like them. A little musky, a little spicy and a hint of sweet. I find it perfect for fall and wintertime.
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Smooth, polished and lethally sharp: dragon’s blood resin and three sandalwoods.
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