Calico Jack Perfume Oil $6.25$25.00

Calico Jack Perfume Oil


Sea air, driftwood, waterlogged kelp, and the memory of plundered spices sprayed over worn leathers, rough musk, and the salty wooden floorboards of the Revenge.

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Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. Blindparadox

    Tried it on and absolutely love it so far! To me it smells very oceanic for sure, and almost masculine, but not in a bad way. Once it dried the leather notes started to peek through a little. This would be the perfect fragrance to wear on stormy days.

  2. Gloame

    A REALLY nice aquatic. Not soapy to me, and not sneezy. More of a masculine scent to my nose, but would definitely work unisex. The salty wooden floorboards really shine here — it’s woody, but has that salty-wet crispness to it. Very summer, very bright.

    Where I’d wear this: To a themed waterpark, high summer

  3. Cassia

    This is my go-to summer scent. Salty sea air, florals, and faint spices. If I know I’m going to get a little sweaty on the way to work but I still want to smell nice when I get there, this is what I reach for. I ordered an imp to try it out and it’s now on my list for a full bottle.

  4. Binku

    Definitely more on the soapy side with a hint of flowers when you put it on your skin. However after a few minutes the soap-smell fades and the flowers mellow to let the other ‘sea air’ smell peak through. A very light fragrance I may use for an interview or at the office as it doesn’t overpower my neighbors like some heavier scents. In my bottle I don’t get much of the leathers until the soapiness is completely died down and the flowers are nothing but a memory.

  5. therin.costa

    Calico Jack’s scent is an exact replica of how I remember Adventureland at Disney. I’m on a pirate ship and there’s a salty hint lightly playing over damp wood as waves lick the planks, the slight musk of spices drifting up from the hold below deck. This is the aroma of childhood, mischief, daring adventure and discovery.

  6. rahekman

    Very soapy-smelling with a hint of floral, with the floral side coming out more in the dry-down. I don’t get much of the leather or “memories of spices” – instead, it smells to me like a slightly darker iteration of a Bath and Body Works-style beachy fragrance. Not terrible in and of itself but definitely not my cup of tea.

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