Scent Description: Again, a grand and very very sensual scents. Black in the most sophisticated way. Considered one of the colors, it’s working name was Mars’ Black but it is so wonderfully feminine that there is no way that it could be named after the god of war, it should be named after the goddess of love. Blackest musk flirts with a float of blackÂ pepper, a shot of dark sweet pear and the most small amount of sage and non-stinky narcissus for tingle. This one took my breath away when I first made it and was the subject of that blog where I kept on smelling this and hoped I could capture it before I realized I was indeed smelling my own creation and had done what I set about to do! One not to be missed. Dry, musky, spicy.
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