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Scent Name: The Unicorn, Rushing Against the Tree, Fixed its Horn so Fast in the Trunk that it Could Not Draw it Out

Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Art of the Unicorn Part 1

Scent Description and Notes: “Ethereal white orris, pale early lilacs, mallow flower, Queen of the Night, white moss, and dusk-lit mist.”– https://blackphoenixalchemylab.com/shop/limited-edition/the-unicorn-rushing-against-the-tree-fixed-its-horn-so-fast-in-the-trunk-that-it-could-not-draw-it-out/

Oil Color: A lemonata color.

Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard vial / imp size (1/32 oz).  This is a sample from Mystery213.  The label features the name of the company and the name of the scent.  The bottle art is as follows:

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Image by Kay Nielsen from Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

  • ITI:  As soon as I opened the vial, the image of a unicorn springs to mind, pale and pure (the impression of which is generated by the orris and mallow).  Followed quickly behind, however, is something earthily insect like that is a bit unsettling, which I think is from the moss, dusk, and Queen of the Night.
  • Wet: The lilac leaps forth once the scent hits my skin, followed closely by the orris and the stronger Queen of the Night.  I don’t get the unsettling notes anymore.  Instead, the scent conjures images of dew-laden early springtime blooms.
  • Dry:  Once dry, I’m left with just a very clean soapy scent with a fint of lilac.  It’s nice, but I was hoping for more complexity.

Other: “It smells like violets and Ivory soap.” -Tony

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