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Scent Name:  Bruised Violet Compound

Manufacturer:  Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab –  Doc Constantine’s Pharmacopoeia

Scent Description and Notes: Promotes vigor in undeath, and relieves the discomforts and complaints so common to incorporeal spirits!
The learned and eminent scholar Alessandro Cagliostro once remarked, “Long experience has taught me to prize Doctor Constantine’s Compounds above all others!”
Crushed violets, red currant, patchouli root, and Spanish moss

Oil Color: A light, hazy blanched wheat color.

Bottle Design and Artwork:  This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz).  The label wrapped around the bottle features an Art-Deco inspired phoenix with name of the company next to the phoenix. On the other side, the title of the scent written in large, clear black font outlined with red on the front.


  • In the Imp (ITI):  Soapy violets and some Spanish moss.  While I’m generally not a fan of soapy, this might turn out to be a wearable scent.
  • Wet:   At least on my skin, the scent is no longer soapy.  It’s violet, moss, and the faintest hint of patchouli.
  • Dry: Lemony violet, red currant, and faintly powdery patchouli.  The lemony violet is rather overpowering, though.
Other Impressions: “I’m not sure, but it smells like something my grandma has, like one of those old classic perfumes…not old lady, but classic perfume.”