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Scent Name: Autumn Lace
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Retail Exclusive: Dark Delicacies
Scent Description and Notes: “An October funeral, 1888. Black linen and delicate, sugar-spun lace suffused with the scent of tobacco, black tea, Indian musk, liturgical incense, and cognac, with a drop of laudanum and crushed Autumn leaves.“ – Dark Delicacies
Oil Color: – I cannot tell the color of the oil by looking into the brown apothecary bottle.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a 5ml standard brown apothecary bottle. The label extends just under halfway around the bottom. The label features the name of the company along the bottom in taupe block font; above the image is the company for which it was made. The scent name is black thin font just above the company name. The image is the a woman in turn-of-the-century garb mounted on a broom heading toward a jock-o-lantern, set against a full moon.
- ITB: I had to put this off for a few days while I waited for my cold to dissipate as this is not the strongest scent. It’s leaves, linen, cognac, tobacco, and sugared lace in the bottle.
- Wet: The cognac is much stronger on my skin and the laudanum is now present. I get a little black tea with the linen, sugar spun lace, and thick tobacco.
- Dry: It is certainly party of the lace family. The linen and tobacco reign supreme, but are followed closely by the sugar spun lace and Indian musk. It’s a lovely scent.