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Scent Name: Snowflakes in Chicago

Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Trading Post – Fatherhood 2018

Scent Description and Notes: “I don’t have much to say about this photo except it was Lilith’s first time in Chicago, her first time to see it snow and her first time catching snowflakes.

I love her dearly.

Coconut snow, wolly lavender, and the rosy glow of my love for her.”  -https://blackphoenixtradingpost.com/shop/snowflakes-are-delicious/

Oil Color: Colorless.

Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 1/32 ml imp that has been decanted for me by Yowahoshihime. Her label features the scent notes and her decanter information on the back. The front has the name of the  scent and company name along with the label art, which is as below:

  • ITI: As a caveat, I adore the BPAL’s snow scents unabashedly.  I can’t imagine I won’t like this one. And yep, I do.  It’s that deliciously effervescent juniper-berried snow note mingled with slightly tart lime and just a dash of liminal sweetness around the very edges of it.
  • Wet: The coconut sweetness (flaked but soft) is more discernible, but all the beauty I detected in the imp remains the same on my skin.  Unless something turns sour, this may be a bottle contender for me.
  • Dry: After half a day, much of the fizziness of the snow note has faded.  What I’m left with is soft, fleshy coconut with just a hint of line.

Other Impressions:  “You know those little decorative soaps?  Yeah, that.” -Tony