London Perfume Oil $4.60$19.75

London Perfume Oil

$4.60$19.75

Venerable Victorian Tea Rose… twisted, blackened and emboldened with wickedness.

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PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

Reviews

  1. hammett_vanessa

    This goes from a pure rose to rose, tea, and an almost-soap smell. Very clean, which isn’t always the case with rose scents. Not sure I’ll buy a full-sized bottle, but I don’t regret buying the imp at all.

  2. aidansusurrus

    Got this as a bonus imp in a larger batch and I ended up liking it more than almost all the stuff I picked out myself, but then again I’m a sucker for rose.
    On me this is a full bodied, almost syrupy sweet rose. Never got too powdery or ‘country-club ladies room potpourri’ smelling. The backbone of this is really the darker undertone, a little spicy, a little herbal. It blends very well with the rose and creates something almost seamless. Reminds me of rosewater sweet tea. If you like roses, you’ll probably like this!

  3. chriskatonic

    This oil is strong in rose scent, but with a nice undertone. It’s not overwhelmingly floral, and has a little complexity to it.

  4. Hellokoi

    Dusty, dry, powdery roses. Makes me think of a dish of rose scented potpourri that’s covered in dust.

  5. ladyjulian

    Love this one, though on me it doesn’t smell wicked at all, but rather comforting – soft gentle roses and warm skin. Mmmm.

  6. dementia_divine

    In the imp: Tea rose, yes… with something not quite right.

    Wet: Same. First, I get tea rose, and then the ‘blackened’ aspect mentioned in the description, which is becoming more prominent over time. I was trying to pinpoint what it was, and then I realized that it is a black tea note. I wouldn’t expect anything else from London!

    Dry: Rose and the Lab’s black tea note. The black tea note had a black licorice vibe at one point, but it never veered into complete black licorice territory (thankfully).

    Verdict: This one isn’t for me (as I prefer my floral notes paired with something sweet), but I do think this one really fits its description!

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