Windward Passage
Windward Passage

Windward Passage

3 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Breezes blowing off of the waters of the Caribbean: marine accord, seaweed, and bladderwrack.

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Wanderlust

PERFUME OIL BLENDS
$17.50 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

3 reviews for Windward Passage

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I got this one in an imp with the whole Aquatic set. It is my absolute favorite scent ever created.

    It smells very strong at first but, as it dries, it becomes a light, clean scent. I feel like it is almost a retro or old timey scent. It is not overpowering. If I could make that a soap and a lotion, I would.

    I love it.

  2. 1 out of 5

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    In the imp: Aquaaaaaatic. It has a rather soapy quality to it, and it is quite salty. I am guessing that is the marine accord.

    Wet: Still salty, but not as much as it was in the vial. The soapy quality is present, but it isn’t as soapy smelling as it was in the imp.

    Nevermind, it is getting saltier now. The marine accord dominates. I can smell seaweed, too. However, I’m not familiar with bladderwrack.

    I also take back what I said about it not being as soapy. It is VERY soapy now.

    Dry: Ugh. Horrible, generic soap with a salty quality to it.

    Verdict: Definitely not for me.

  3. 3 out of 5

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    Wet: Smells like Irish Spring, or one of those soaps, sweet, clean, with that note that is in every aquatic perfume ever but smells nothing like actual ocean/lake breeze. I don’t understand where people get the “it smells like sea air/seaweed” – have they ever smelled seaweed or salt air?

    Dry: A little bit of lemony, citrusy note and a slight tangy note (the “salty”, I guess?). Minutes later, there’s a dry aspect to it, still sweet. I like it, but it fades really quickly and I wouldn’t say it smelled like salt air or seawater or even seaweed.

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