COVFEFE Perfume Oil $26.00

COVFEFE Perfume Oil


Is it abstract nonsense poetry? Surrealist performance art? Cryptography so subtle and devious that it would make an Enigma machine blush? The verbal component of whatever spell that orb casts? Safe word? A typo fueled by cheap hooch, NoDoz, and poor impulse control? Is negative press covfefe anything like French press covfefe?


This perfume makes no fucking sense: orange marshmallow cream, bitter lemon, black pepper, orange carnation, and gin.


Proceeds from this late-night nonsense benefit the ACLU, which has been working overtime to defend the rights and liberties guaranteed to everyone in this country by the laws and Constitution of the United States.



  1. Chelsea

    It really is a shame this one is limited. The obvious scent is orange, but it’s not overly sweet, thanks to the other notes that come into play. I’m trying to put my finger on what it reminds me of, and all I can think of is something from my childhood – which is perfect, Covfefe is after all based off of someone who acts like an infant. Enjoy.

  2. swestlmt

    It’s a real shame this scent is limited because it is an absolute gem. It’s sweet, warm, and creamy, with a citrus edge that hovers butterfly-like over the gentle fluff of the rest. Gorgeous.

  3. laeface

    A drool-worthy scent of utter lunacy will assault your olfactory sense when you open this bottle. I adore it! My skin has a habit of making everything turn to soap, an abrasive scent that often leaves me dejected with my own chemistry. This keeps it’s orange creme scent and wafts it through the surrounding area. I’ve had people approach me since receiving this to ask where I procured it. Despite the person responsible for this, the scent is delicious.

  4. beccahay3

    I love this blend. Whimsical clowns with hair of cotton candy slapstick-splattering you with pies of citrus out from fields of wildflowers is what this scent brings to mind. It makes no sense, but it’s quiet uniquely lovely!

  5. SKerri13

    There’s a place locally that makes a “Dreamsicle” iced drink using fresh orange juice, Dream Whip and milk over ice. It’s not as sticky sweet as a creamsicle pop, and the orange isn’t a candy flavor, it’s real orange juice.
    This smells like that. Only toned a bit. The bitter lemon adds a sharpness that’s very strong when it’s first put on, then the carnation and black pepper add a spicy warmth that’s just at the edges, pinning down the confection. The gin is very faint, but makes it all very grown up as it mellows. It never smells boozy. Just warm and refreshing even if that does seem like a complete contradiction.

    I’m glad I got a couple bottles. Even as a non-foody, I love this as a summer daytime fragrance.

  6. protoomega

    MMMMMMMMM. Covfefe is nonsense-and much sweeter than the person that spawned the word! It’s slightly sour-ish orange dreamsicle on me. There’s a hint of soft vanilla cream (the marshmallow) and something vaguely like orange talcum powder (in a good way).


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