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  1. Thank you for those suggestions! I particularly like the sound of Wrath and War, and Le Lethe sounds intriguing. (Maybe I'll ask him for Bloodlust, Wrath, and War, and then I can scare people when they ask about my perfume collection : P)
  2. Yesterday my boyfriend asked what I'd like for Christmas, and I just had a thought today - maybe I can ask for my first full BPAL. As far as I know though he doesn't know much about perfumes, so I want to give him a selection of perfumes that he could buy me one from (that way, it's a surprise which one I get, but I know I'll probably like them). Back in January I ordered seven imps (which I have since misplaced, which I am very sad about): 51, Bloodlust, La Petite Mort, Lyonesse, Rapture, Whoso List to Hunt, and Malignant Dreams of Cthulu in Love. In order, my favourites were: Whoso List To Hunt Bloodlust Malignant Dreams Rapture The notes for Whoso List To Hunt, Bloodlust, and Rapture are: Dragon’s blood essence, heavy red musk, Indonesian patchouli and swarthy vetiver with a drop of cinnamon. Sensual brown musk, rich amber, English rose, oak bark, and moss. Moroccan rose, Sumatran rose, mandarin, Egyptian myrrh, night-blooming jasmine, bergamot and neroli thrust into Arabian musk. I couldn't find Malignant Dreams' on the BPAL site. Given those, what perfumes would you recommend, please?
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    The Malignant Dreams of Cthulhu in Love

    This is the first one I've 'reviewed' so bear with me. I'm using a decant in an imp bottle and applied it by wiping the stick onto my right wrist and rubbing them together. ItB - spicy and dark and red and ooh yes Straight onto skin - less dark on my skin, lighter (may be due to higher concentration in the imp). Dry - The spiceness has increased. It is darker on my left wrist compared to my right. I'm not sure about the chocolate people mention. Patchouli, I recognise that. Now mostly spicy and patchouli. I can apply the concept of chocolate to this smell, but it wouldn't be one I'd think of myself. Someone above commented "unburnt incense" and that I strongly agree with.