Prairie 66

Brand: Alkemia

Scent Description: A perfume for Mother Road, the Patron Goddess of Roadtrip Adventures and Wayward Wanderers. A free-spirited, herbal-fresh summery blend of Sage Flowers, Aldehydes, Grapefruit, Linden Blossoms, Bergamot, Saffron, Gray Amber, Yucca, Yuzu, and a touch of cool concrete.

Released: The Wanderer’s Journal Collection

8 thoughts on “Prairie 66”

  1. I love aldehydes so for me this is nice and lightly floral with touches of herb and citrus, that concrete is excellent

  2. The aldehydes are pretty strong, as are the sage blooms, grapefruit, and yuzu. But I can still get the concrete underneath. Like Gaea, this is somehow reading as “cola” to me. It is nice that the citrus holds out when that’s usually the first thing to disappear. Honestly though the aldehydes are just too strong and turn this a bit painful. Overall it’s very “soapy rootbeer”

  3. I reaaaaaally wanted to love this one, since it sounded so interesting, but unfortunately, I just can’t. The aldehydes crank up to 11 on my skin, and it just smells like generic soap. In fact, the smell of soap was so overpowering, it made me physically nauseous. I’m so sad about it, but it just doesn’t work with my skin.

  4. I was excited because I love grapefruit and linden blossom. When I read herbal – fresh I wasn’t expecting soap. It’s 100% plain dial soap. I think I’m learning I hate aldehydes

  5. Unfortunately this one didn’t work on me. I guess my skin really amps the aldehydes, so it doesn’t evoke the open road so much as the experience of cleaning my bathroom. Very soapy and chemical-ish.

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