Amber, amber oud, BPAL, cream, currant, fig, honey, honeyed fig, Lilith, Lilith 2018, limited edition, Oud, patchouli, red currant, sugar, sugar-dusted patchouli, sweet amber oud, vanilla, vanilla cream
Scent Name: The Dream is Big Enough for Everyone
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Lilith 2018
Scent Description and Notes: “We believe that the American dream is big enough for everyone, for people of all races and religions, for men and women, for immigrants, for LGBT people and for people with disabilities. For everyone.
Lilith at the Women’s March DTLA, 2018.
Nasty Woman? Nah, Nasty Tween: honeyed fig and sugar-dusted patchouli, sweet amber oud, a drop of red currant, and vanilla cream.” -https://blackphoenixalchemylab.com/shop/autumn-collection/lilith-2018/the-dream-is-big-enough-for-everyone/
Oil Color: The color of melted butter.
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: My first impressions of it are a spicy, patchouli-infused red hard candy. The vanilla cream coves seconds later, further pushing this into the foody territory for me.
- Wet: Sweet, stick fig mixed with red currant candy, sugared patchouli, a touch of incense and a faint undertone of vanilla cream. Unless the sweetness diminishes as it tries, this will be too foody for me. For someone who likes wintery, almost Christmas-like food scents, this might be worth a try.
- Dry: This is much improved now that is has had a couple hours to settle. Instead of the cloying tones, the scent is more of musky, like vanilla warmed with beeswax, amber, and a touch of earthy, sweet patchouli.
Other Impressions: “It smells like coco butter-leather.” -Tony