Ambergris, ambergris accord, BPAL, Century Guild, Century Guild/Gail Potocki’s Fragmented Alice, crocus, Fragmented Alice, limited edition, myrrh, retail exclusive, saffron, saffron crocus, tobacco, tobacco flower, veitver, vetiver grass
Scent Name: Fractured Singularity
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Fragmented Alice (Retail Exclusive)
Scent Description and Notes: “Tobacco flower, saffron crocus, myrrh, ambergris accord, and a touch of vetiver grass.“ -scentbase.com
Oil Color:A raw honey 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 name of the scent in orange bold font, and her decanting information in green. The font of the label is a copy of the artwork associated with the scent, such as below:
- ITB: Oh, that’s deeper and a bit more masculine than I expected from the combination of vetiver, tobacco flower, saffron, and ambergris (much really reads as a fougere musk more than anything, but I’m really not complaining since I love fougere almost as much as I adore ambergris).
- Wet: The tobacco flower and saffron crocus are more detectable once applied to the skin, and the vetiver does have a grassy quality to it, but it still has a masculine quality to he scent as a whole that I’m really enjoying. I’m surprised hat the myrrh isn’t showing up, though.
- Dry: After a long walk, the scent now has the woody resin that was missing earlier. It still has some of the vetiver along with the saffron and tobacco – yielding a really pleasant masculine yet completely wearable scent for any gender.
Other Impressions: None.