Blood and Honey

Brand: Sixteen92

Scent Description: Blood orange, wildflower honey (vegan), pale amber, honeysuckle.

Released: Summer 2015

7 thoughts on “Blood and Honey”

  1. The blood orange is very apparent and is notably floral based. The honey scent is nice and doesnt remind me of the fake honey smell that actually grosses me out a bit. After a few hours it smells a little more incensey. Its a great summertime perfume that lasts all day.

  2. Very clear honey and honeysuckle. Without reading notes, I could tell there was a floral but couldn’t identify which one. I also didn’t notice the amber specifically but can kinda detect the tiniest amount of depth.

  3. An intoxicated blend of blood orange, honey, amber, and honeysuckle. I initially overlooked trying this one out as it appeared to be a more simple blend based on the notes. I find that this is the absolute richest honey scent that I own. The blood orange is slight but keeps it from being overwhelming and the honeysuckle note is to die for. Honeysuckle is a nostalgic scent for me, so when I get whiffs of this I’m reminded of hazy, pleasant memories from my childhood. While it was released as a summer perfume I like this one during cooler weather.

  4. This is ALL honey on me, but like a warm. cozy, summery, fancy, wildflower honey that you’d sample at the farmer’s market after it’s been sitting in the sun for a few hours. I’m not sure if it’s for me, since it’s such a straightforward note and I like my perfumes a bit more complex, but if you’re looking for a super realistic honey note, this is your best bet. Great throw and longevity.

  5. Absolute powerhouse of a scent. It is not very complex, but it is a wonderful honey and lasts, strongly, for at least 8 hours. I love honey scents and this is my absolutely favorite of them all!

  6. This is another of my favorite scents from S92. It’s light blood orange and honeysuckle over a bed of warm, sticky honey. I’m an absolute honey fiend and this is one of my top honey notes. I picture rich dark amber honey dripping straight off the comb.

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