Scent Name: Miller vs. California (413 U.S. 15)
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Lupercalia 2009: 1/10/09-3/13/09
Scent Description and Notes: “Leather, cognac, fig, ripe berry, and cream, stuffed into a plain brown paper bag.“ -BPAL
Oil Color: A crystalized yellow color.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz). This simply featured the name of the scent written in blue pen taped wrapped around the bottle.
- ITI: Berries, cream, and cognac on first sniff. Honestly, it’s rather appealing.
- Wet: Hm, the scent gets slightly astringent from the greenness, like when you snap a stalk and it smeells overtly green and sort of icky. I’m wondering if this is from the paper bag. I can also tease out the ripe berry, but not much else beyond that.
- Dry: It smells like a currant Yankee candle now. I like it here much bettter than wet.
Other Impressions: It smells like a creamy pastry to my husband.