Grey’s Cabin

Brand: Solstice Scents

Scent Description:

Grey’s Cabin is sheltered in a quiet copse of woods, well provisioned from the heavy winter just beyond the door. A warm blast of smoke and embers greets you upon application, coupled with cedarwood, black musk and a mug filled to the brim with rich hot cocoa. A hint of freshly baked spice breads sits on the far edge of the blend along with a subtle hint of tobacco. Grey’s Cabin is a cozy fragrance to chase away the snowbound winter doldrums. Snuggle in front of the blazing fire on the comfiest couch with a Sherpa throw and an engrossing novel while sipping a creamy hot cocoa studded with marshmallows.

This blend contains many notes including: chocolate fragrance blend, cocoa absolute, cedar, black musk blend, aged patchouli, smoke, tobacco, copal bark and labdanum with a faint trace of spices and marshmallow. It is very woody, chocolatey, smokey and musky. Unisex leaning masculine.

Released: Woodland Collection

4 thoughts on “Grey’s Cabin”

  1. Grey’s Cabin is what I wanted Whisper Sisters Chocochuli perfume oil to be. The patchouli overpowers that delicious chocolate aroma in Chocochuli but it blooms in Grey’s Cabin. Immediately upon application I get that cocoa absolute and patchouli. I can actually see the cocoa absolute separating throughout this oil in tiny dark chocolate colored blobs. As it wears on my skin, the blend gets sweeter and the different woods appear. I was expecting this to be way more masculine from the description but the sweetness in this makes it wearable for anybody in my opinion. I have the same issue as SeveralGhosts does with chocolate notes turning to plasticky Tootsie Roll more often than not. Grey’s Cabin is one of few cocoa/chocolate scents that works with my skin chemistry. It’s a very true to life hot cocoa scent. I completely forgot about my sample vial and this has aged for many months now. I’ve found that my Solstice Scents perfume oils only get better with time. I’ve never had an issue with any of their oils going “off” or rancid on me and I have some bottles that are several years old. They smell just as good if not better. On me, Grey’s Cabin smells like woodsy chocolate scented patchouli goodness. Emphasis on the chocolate in a very good way.

  2. Lovely hot chocolate smell!! This is soooo comforting, it made me sleepy while I was at work. A good one to wear to sleep or when just relaxing like reading by the fireplace or something. So cosy

  3. Chocolate and … this one is super hard to describe but like cocoa and warm wood. It’s pretty unique- the chocolate was an unexpected hit. I bought FS after trying a sample.

  4. A weird plastic cocoa on top of a creamy and woodsy accord. The chocolate here just doesn’t agree with me, either OOB or on skin. Pinyon Truffle uses the same cocoa and it doesn’t smell artificial, but in Grey’s Cabin it tootsie rolls and plastic.

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