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++ BOX OF CHOCOLATES 2017
We’re not always all about death, sex, and debauchery. We like chocolate, too!
Odin – February 23, 2017:
In the Bottle – Smells like a Dark Chocolate/Cocoa powder delight.
Wet – The same Cocoa powder with something softer and sweeter in the back
Worn – Much sweeter, creamier, and silkier, closely resembling white chocolate with a subtle fruitiness in the back that compliments it very well. Would have liked the fruit to be more pronounced, but this is still pretty magical.
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According to legend, the birthplace of King Arthur. The scent of a castle's great hall in the midst of joyous feasting. Spicy mulled wine flowing through the musky heat, warm leather and bright clash of armor, the damp branches of Cornish hawthorn, blackthorn, juniper, English elm and bayberry, and the magical tingle of dragon's blood resin.
The Dark Side of Air: a high pitched, tangy, clear scent — light China rain deepened by murky vetivert.
Unrestrained revelry, unchained licentiousness! Violet deepened with vetiver.
We sang till almost night, and drank my good store of wine; and then they parted and I to my chamber, where I did read through L’Ecole des Filles; a lewd book, but what doth me no wrong to read for imagination’s sake, and after I had done it, I burned it, that it might not be among my books to my shame.
Published around 1655, this is considered to be the origin of modern pornography in France. It is a discourse between two young ladies, the elder instructing the younger in the ways of passion.
This is a libertine’s celebration of decadence, debauchery, and sexual freedom: orange blossom, ambergris, orris root, white rose, lemon balm, jonquil, carrot seed, and benzoin.