Pepper Perfume Oil $33.00

Pepper Perfume Oil


She herself had short red hair and a face which was not so much freckled as one big freckle with occasional areas of skin.

Pepper’s given first names were Pippin Galadriel Moonchild. She had been given them in a naming ceremony in a muddy valley field that contained three sick sheep and a number of leaky polythene teepees. Her mother had chosen the Welsh valley of Pant y Gyrdl as the ideal site to Return to Nature. (Six months later, sick of the rain, the mosquitoes, the men, the tent trampling sheep who ate first the whole commune’s marijuana crop and then its antique minibus, and by now beginning to glimpse why almost the entire drive of human history has been an attempt to get as far away from Nature as possible, Pepper’s mother returned to Pepper’s surprised grandparents in Tadfield, bought a bra, and enrolled in a sociology course with a deep sigh of relief.)

There are only two ways a child can go with a name like Pippin Galadriel Moonchild, and Pepper had chosen the other one: the three male Them had learned this on their first day of school, in the playground, at the age of four.

They had asked her her name, and, all innocent, she had told them.

Subsequently a bucket of water had been needed to separate Pippin Galadriel Moonchild’s teeth from Adam’s shoe. Wensleydale’s first pair of spectacles had been broken, and Brian’s sweater needed five stitches.

The Them were together from then on, and Pepper was Pepper forever, except to her mother, and (when they were feeling especially courageous, and the Them were almost out of earshot) Greasy Johnson and the Johnsonites, the village’s only other gang.

Wild English roses, French gardenia, vanilla, honey, golden ginger, blood orange, pine resin, pink pepper, crushed berries, tuberose, bergamot, and geranium.

The Good Omens Collection.

Just in time for the new adaptation by Amazon Prime and BBC Two, we’ve expanded this series based on the characters, locations, and concepts squished within the pages of ‘Good Omens’, an apocalyptic comedy by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman!

This series is based on the characters, locations, and concepts squished within the pages of ‘Good Omens’, an apocalyptic comedy by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman! A million thanks to Messrs. Pratchett and Gaiman for giving us this project their blessing!

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  1. VetchVespers

    Perky, pretty, and vivacious. This almost smells like peppery bubble gum on me at first, but then the florals become more pronounced. There’s a wet greeness to them that makes me think Pepper might have been tumbling around in the garden of Jasmine Cottage.

    I can dissect this if I try and pick out individual notes, but this really is a lovely balance and blend of notes. I like it better than Jasmine Cottage, which was a little too over the top floral for me. If you want a light-hearted and unusual floral blend, give this one a try.

  2. Sarah

    Pepper is one of the more complex BPAL oils I’ve tried. The ginger & pepper give it a warm, spicy scent. The flowers, honey, and vanilla soften it and add a bit of sweetness. Usually rose blends smell terrible on me, yet this one still smells fantastic. She is feminine, but she has some kick.

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