Voluptuous and indulgent! A deep chocolate scent, with black cherry and orange blossom.
Sin and Salvation
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
$17.50 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
justjoia496 – May 5, 2017:
I love it. It’s sultry and sweet. At first the chocolate is a tiny bit overpowering, but once it sits on the skin and breathes for a little while the orange blossom dances with the cherry and makes for a sweet and fruity scent.
Gloame – January 31, 2017:
Chocolate is hit or miss for me, but it’s low in this blend, and I LOVE IT. It smells so purple!
Kathryne – January 7, 2017:
It’s definitely not a scent for everyone but I LOVE it. I’m pretty picky about my scents too. Out of the imp it was a little strong and very sweet smelling. Think of those little cherry in chocolates you get from the grocery store last minute for a party.
HOWEVER. Once it was on my skin and warmed it changed scents. It became a sweet cherry, like a black cherry. Then it made way for a bit of the orange blossom. It became a fruity blend with just the sweetest hint of sweetness from the chocolate and really mellowed out. I was worried it was going to be too strong for me to endure smelling all day at work, but my manager found me with my wrist shoved up my nose.
My coworkers enjoyed it as well. This is totally my Vice and I came back and ordered a full bottle!
kristydiez2 – September 22, 2016:
This is the other chocolate imp I ordered. It’s more of a complex, dark, fruity chocolate, a bit like a Terry’s chocolate orange, or maybe a chocolate dipped dried Bing cherry but it’s not too sweet or overbearing. It definitely gives off this sexy, edible vibe that invites your lover to come have a taste. Must get the bigger bottle.
angelavhunt – August 27, 2016:
When I first applied it, I thought the chocolate was too strong and I couldn’t smell much of the black cherry or orange blossom. A few minutes later (fully dried), however, the chocolate smooths out a little more and suddenly the black cherry is popping out seductively with the orange blossom accenting it sweetly. Definitely a sexy scent I’d want to wear on a date.
Hayley – May 5, 2015:
I really like this mix. It’s heavy on the chocolate, but the cherry laced through is really what makes this so decadent and wonderful. It’s a very luxurious smell, to be sure, and the little bit of orange keeps it from being too heavy. Really one of my favorites. I can’t stop smelling it on my skin. Mmm.
Nuri – June 16, 2014:
Not one of my favorites. Its chocolate but with a strange after taste more like chocolate absolute mixed with something bitter. I would suggest How Doth The Little Crocodile for a chocolaty food scent instead.
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