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Scent Name: Alizarin Crimson Ankh

Manufacturer: Nocturne Alchemy – Tomb

Scent Description and Notes: “Crimson Pink Sugar, Pink Nepalese Amber Resin, Golden Santalum, Egyptian Musk, Aged Eternal Ankh Vanilla, Crimson Musk and sifted through natural amber resin division.” -http://salixnoir.livejournal.com/23058.html

Oil Color: A buttery yellow.

Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz). The company has its website in lowercase pink font along the bottom of the label just underneath a line of a similar color.  Above that is the name of the scent in cursive larger black font.  “Perfume Sample” is in a similar, all lower-case font along the top in a light blue, and a picture of a flower with a butterfly rising from it is off to the left of the phrase.


  • ITI: Warm sugar notes like Pink Sugar with hints of sweet musk, subtle vanilla, on a bed of resinous amber.
  • Wet:  Strong, strong pink sugar, delightfully balanced amber, and intoxicating musk – while I’m not specifically getting Egyptian, this is a really nice rival to a darker Pink Sugar with a bit more musk and resin.
  • Dry:  It stays true to scent, warm, and has a decent amount of throw for several hours.  It certainly is pleasant and something I’d consider reaching for if i wanted a travel sized Pink Sugar o Pink Sugar Sensual. 

Other Impressions: None.