Mercy Lewis

Brand: Sixteen92

Scent Description: Heliotrope, honeyed tea, rosehips, sugared almond, creamy sandalwood, milky vanilla.

Released: Fall 2016


13 thoughts on “Mercy Lewis”

  1. Powdery almond biscotti, with a hint of a licorice note. I don’t find this creamy or super gourmand, and don’t know if I detect tea. Pretty, but doesn’t live up to the hype for me.

  2. Mercy Lewis makes me think of a feminine, but elegantly dressed 25 year old in earth tones enjoying a cup of tea and a pastry at an outdoor cafe. It’s really well blended for me, and the only thing I can pick out is the honey. Lightly sweet, creamy, and grounded by the rosehip and the backdrop of sandalwood. On my skin, I don’t get the almond.

  3. t’s a deeply sweetened herbal tea with rosehips and silky honey, milky vanilla-cherry-almond that reminds me of amaretto, all wrapped up in a smooth sandalwood and heliotrope which emphasizes both the amaretto and the rosehip quality while adding a very subtle extra floral touch. Seriously gorgeous!

  4. Very sweet and comforting! It’s a mix of creamy heliotrope, light rose syrup, and almond cookies. A very good floral gourmand. Smells very young and ‘pink’.

  5. Heliotrope almond cookies at first. Really creamy floral gourmand. After awhile, the tea comes out with some savoury rosehips.

  6. I get mainly sugared almond and creamy milky vanilla and sandalwood with a hint of something floral in the background, but if it wasn’t noted, I wouldn’t be able to pick it out. A lovely warm comforting ‘me’ scent – in the way of, nobody else will smell like this, unless they have this scent. In my book it’s very unique. Feminine, floral and warm.

  7. Spicy almond cookies when wet – presumably this is the sandalwood mixing with the sugared almond. On drydown, the heliotrope comes through and the almond drops back a bit. This is pretty foody – like having tea at a table with a big bouquet in the middle.

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