Black Lotus Perfume Oil $4.60$19.75

Black Lotus Perfume Oil

$4.60$19.75

Born in the shadows of a Temple to Set, this corrupted Egyptian scent evokes images of black pyramids, river demons, and bleak, deadly desert sands. Black lotus flower, amber, myrrh and sandalwood.

Rappaccini’s Garden

Ascending to his chamber, he seated himself near the window, but within the shadow thrown by the depth of the wall, so that he could look down into the garden with little risk of being discovered. All beneath his eye was a solitude. The strange plants were basking in the sunshine, and now and then nodding gently to one another, as if in acknowledgment of sympathy and kindred.

PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

It goes without saying that the Rappaccini’s Garden and Apiary scents do not truly contain poisonous plant materials. Artistic license, my friend. Artistic license.

Reviews

  1. artimisia

    Lotus flowers, it turns out, have a very sweet floral scent. The incense grounds it nicely and prevents it from going over the top with the sweetness. I approve of this combination. Florals are hit or miss for me and I find I tend to put them into three categories. Ones I love (typically white florals or rose florals), ones I like on other people but wouldn’t wear (most of the sweet florals), and ones I hate (heavy, overpowering florals). This one is in the middle category for me. The combination of flower with incense is lovely and it definitely grounds the floral scent and prevents it from being too girlish…adding an adult sensibility to the scent. That said, it’s still a little too sweet for me. Floral lovers should definitely try this scent. I wholeheartedly endorse it. People who don’t always work with floral scents be aware that this is a sweet one. I’m giving this imp to my mother, who is a floral lover and adores it.

  2. Tori H

    My standard day-to-day and night out scents are Dragon’s Milk or Dragon’s Musk and O respectively, but I tried this one because I wanted something different (not vanilla-based) for work. The description and name of this one are spot on, and when I smell it I see beautiful flowers in dark and ancient places. It’s floral but not TOO floral, with a hint of incense; I’m not one for floral scents in general, but I really like this one.

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