bergamot, BPAL, copaiba oleoresin, eucalyptus, jasmine, lemon, limited edition, massoia, night-blooming jasmine, oleoresin, Sicilian lemon, the miskatonic valley yuletide faire, the miskatonic valley yuletide faire 2009, white bergamot, yule, yule 2009, yuzu
Scent Name: The Smilin’ Servitors’ Hyperdimensional Holiday Hits 2009
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – The Miskatonic Valley Yuletide Faire, 2009
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: It’s faded from a spiced apple cider color to just apple juice.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz). This is a decant from ralenth. On the back, she has the notes of the scent, the title of the scent, and the collection. The front features decanting information along with a picture of a decorated tree.
- ITI: While the Yuzu and bergamot are still strong, the aged version has a soapy quality in the imp.
- Wet: It’s softer and creamier than the 2012 version on initial application, but there still is a soapy or cleaner-like quality now.
- Dry: Yuzu and clean, soapy perfume with a touch of oleoresin.
Other Impressions: None.