Intrigue Perfume Oil $6.25$25.00

Intrigue Perfume Oil


A sultry, exotic scent that inspires devious plotting and clandestine affairs. It is a scent painted in artifice, veiled in deceit, and slithering with whispered secrets. Black palm, with cocoa, fig and shadowy wooded notes.

Bewitching Brews

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. twopeople007

    Lives up to it’s name. Hard to put a finger on, or describe as any way other than “dark”. Too sweet to quite be called woodsy, too woodsy to quite be called sweet. Makes me think a little bit of a noir office somehow. Lasts me a good few hours.

  2. bottlejoss

    genuinely my favourite scent, and is usually my signature and/or every day base. It has a subtle sweetness, the cocoa is dark and beautiful. Fades down to a vaguely earthy, woodsy scent that is lovely as well. My absolute favourite purchase from BPAL to date.

  3. Jae

    This one is cool, spicy, tart and damp earth. Very lovely spring scent!

  4. artimisia

    This one is a morpher. When I first applied it, it hit me very strongly with the cocoa and fig. Very masculine. It settled down pretty quickly, though, and became unisex. The chocolate faded to a background note and the “shadowy wooded notes” came forward. I smelled like a cedar chest doused in chocolate. As the day waned, it changed again. The cedar smell went away and I was left with a comfortable spiciness.

    I was torn about what star rating to give this one. I spent the whole day trying to decide if I liked it or not. It’s such an ODD scent. But it does smell exactly as advertised, so it’s on me for being adventurous. I am definitely going to keep the imp and use it… I Liked it well enough not to give it away. …And I can be picky. But I don’t think I’ll buy the bottle. It’s getting four stars because, even though it wasn’t EXACTLY my cup of tea, you have to give BPAL props for creating an utterly unique scent. It would definitely smell good on a guy, or on an adventurous woman who likes chocolate scents. So four stars.

  5. KatRampant

    Spicy cocoa and obvious fig in the bottle. Cocoa steps back a bit application and I’m left with something woody, earthy, dark, and just a tiny bit tart. There’s sweetness, but I would not call this one at all foody. There’s something really damp and cool to it.

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