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Scent Name: The Smilin’ Servitors’ Hyperdimensional Holiday Hits
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – The Miskatonic Valley Yuletide Faire, 2012
Scent Description and Notes: “THE SMILIN’ SERVITORS’ HYPERDIMENSIONAL HOLIDAY HITS
As seen on tv!
A musical extravaganza of madness, terror, and woe! Twenty-three insane interstellar holiday hits from everyone’s favorite amorphous toad pipers, including “Doom to the World” and “Here We Go to Sacrifice”!
A discordant scent, silvery and strange like a lunatic’s tinsel garland: freesia, eucalyptus, and yuzu, with sicilian lemon, massoia, opoponax, night-blooming jasmine, white bergamot, and copaiba oleoresin.” -BPAL
Oil Color: An apple cider color.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz). This is a decant from Absinthetics. On the back, she has the notes of the scent, the title of the scent in orange, the company acronym in bold, and her decanting information. The front has a picture of three multiple-eyed, tentacle-adorned creatures holding caroling books while singing.
- ITI: Yuzu and bergamot. The yuzu, however, really dominates the scent in the bottle.
- Wet: Why, hello there yuzu and lemon. I see you want to just jump off my skin today. Hanging on to the exuberant citrus, I get the bergamot, hints of eucalyptus, and the oleoresin.
- Dry: Lemon, yuzu (still dominant), but not nearly as overpowering as the oleoresin and bergamot soften and deepent the scent. It’s interesting, and something that I’d like to smell like more often.
Other Impressions: “Yuzu. That’s it. It’s really strong yuzu.” -Tony