You Get What Anybody Gets – You Get a Lifetime Perfume Oil $32.00

You Get What Anybody Gets – You Get a Lifetime Perfume Oil


An unimaginably ancient scent, older than time. The gentle, fluttering embrace of oblivion: myrrh and blackened champaca blossom, attar of oudh, black amber, Casmir wood, and dried fig.

Words by Neil Gaiman, art by David Mack.

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Weight 1 oz


  1. atflyaway

    The first couple times I opened the bottle I was immediately struck by an odd animal smell that I found very off-putting. I suspect it’s the champaca. But that particular scent doesn’t linger very long when you wear it. The black amber begins to stand out more, which is what I find appealing… a very deep, warm fragrance. With this one, a little goes a long way.

  2. Azure

    Something old and known that lingers with us all. We try to deny it. Try to shy away from it until it comes. Yet the meeting is comforting and sweet. A needed release that comes with an embracive smile.

    Old and ancient woods waft into the foreground. It seems nearly primal and always present in a way. Like something we cannot remove ourselves from. Layered with this is an honored and sacred scent of myrrh and black amber that gives a sense of reverence. The cumulation is something sincere and beautiful in a way that we all need.

    Wearing this scent is a potent and lasting fragrance. It holds a throw that is medium to long and gives a pleasant wafting for any that are nearby.

    When it is first applied to the skin, it is somewhat jarring and surprising in a way; 40-60 minutes after the dry down, it takes on a sweeter and more subtly pleasant appeal. I will admit that at first I was not certain I would want to wear this fragrance often, yet after a weekend of wear I can confidently say: this scent is most definitely something I needed in my lifetime.

  3. ReallyZeb

    Since this arrived I’ve been struggling to pick anything else to wear at all. It’s old and dusty and endless and burrows right into my soul. When I try to separate the notes I end up with tears in my eyes because it is so damn beautiful. It’s the most beautiful blend I have ever owned. I wore it to my father’s funeral and it gave me comfort.

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