All Soul’s Night

Brand: Hexennacht

Scent Description: Molten marshmallow blobs on scorched sticks, plumes of woodsmoke, and hot, glowing campfire embers on a cool autumn night.

5 thoughts on “All Soul’s Night”

  1. Absolutely love this blend! Very similar vibes to ‘smoke and mirrors’ I can’t say which one I prefer more. I however did purchase this in a body oil to slather myself always. This is the perfect base to lightening an already dark blend, or darkening an overly citrus or floral blend. This will be a staple in my collection, it’s literal smoke and marshmallows. If you’re not a fan of smoke. Don’t get.

  2. At first application, this is all smoke. It is a very true, woody, bonfire out in the woods smoke, but it’s quite overwhelming. After a couple minutes the sweet marshmallow comes out here and there, and eventually it balances equally with the smoke and I am blown away by how true both notes are! I wish the marshmallow were a little bit stronger, but I am perfectly happy to wear this around any season.

  3. SMOKY, woody, and lightly sweet. Sweet smoke, burning wood, and a hint of marshmallow.

    It smells exactly like a real campfire. Every other scent I’ve tried advertised as “campfire” ended up smelling more like a barbecue to me (burned meat and all), so I’m very impressed by All Soul’s Night. I like this, but super smoky scents aren’t really my thing so can’t say I love it.

    Like and recommend to anyone who loves smoke.

  4. This take on smoky marshmallow is stronger bonfire. It captures the smell of fresh-chopped firewood burning warm and clean. I find myself wanting a little more marshmallow goo! But… the bonfire is so realistic, I’m digging it anyway. It doesn’t have any chemical smell, and it doesn’t become “barbecue”. It’s subtly woody smoke, evoking the outdoorsy scent of a bonfire in a neighbor’s yard or on the beach. The marshmallow starts off complementary, and progressively becomes about equal with the smoke. It never takes over. It’s very well done. I think this would be a great sweet smoke layer with other things. Very interesting scent. Not a standalone perfume for me though.

  5. The perfectly captured scent of impaled marshmallows caramelizing over a late summer bonfire. Comforting, cozy, and nostalgic, it’s not overwhelmingly sweet and the smoke is delightful rather than overpowering.

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