Scent Name: Unveiled
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Lupercalia 2010: Novel Ideas for Secret Amusements III: 1/19/10-4/30/10
Scent Description and Notes: “Red bush tea, vanilla, white peach, golden amber, mandarin, lotus root, and myrrh.” -BPAL
Oil Color:A light, blond oil color.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz). This is a decant from ralenth, who tries to match the bottle art to the art she provides on the imp. On the back, she has the notes of the scent in large, cursive font. On the side, she has her decanting name, while the front features the name of the collection and the name of the scent framing the image associated with the scent. The image is a shunga print a a man peaking at the beauty of his lady friend.
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- ITI: The red brush tea is pretty clear on first sniff, followed by the sweetness of lotus and peach. It’s certainly a pretty scent.
- Wet: Hmm, spicy, clean, and berry-based, which I assume is front the teal. There is a luscious aspect from the peach and the myrrh offers a subdued spice that doesn’t overpower but balances the notes very well.
- Dry: I get myrrh, red brush tea, amber, and just a hint of fruit. It’s wearable and feminine.
Other Impressions: My cats adored this scent. She dove under the covers to try and lick the scent.