Scent Name: Serving Gill
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Event Exclusive: DragCon 2018
Scent Description and Notes: “A swimsuit with no padding: the perfect gender-amphibious look.
Blue musk and blue chamomile with indigo musk, seaweed, ocean salt, fir needle, and a tangle of kelp.”-bpal.org
Oil Color: Colorless on my skin.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 5ml brown glass vial. The label features the name of the scent along the top, centered, in a bold yellow font. The company name is in the same font along the bottom. The image on the bottle is a green mermaid, fishy queen with redish orange hair.
- ITI: Serving Gill is like buttered popcorn, chamomile, warm musk, kelp, and mimosa blossom. It’s surprising nice.
- Wet: Popcorn, kelp, and ocean salt followed by a dark, inky musky and a smattering of fir needles dance about on my skin. While it is technically aquatic, it comes off as a clean scent, like Lush’s Ocean Salt scrub.
- Dry: Sea salt, chamomile, kelp, seaweed, and musk remain on my skin after an hour. Normally, I’m not an aquatic person, but I really like this one. After 3 hours, it’s a soft, sweet musk with a hint of ocean spray behind it.
Other Impressions: “What is that smell? Oh god! It’s hotel soap!” -Tony