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Miss Landau

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    In no particular order: Carnal Maenad Abduction of Proserpine on a Unicorn Pere Noel Morgause L'Agonie Baobhan Sith

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  1. Miss Landau

    Excellent Pancakes

    Very sweet and eggy. On me, the apple is strong on application but quickly calms down and takes a back seat to sugary dough with just a hint of spice, I get more nutmeg and cinnamon than ginger.
  2. Miss Landau

    Bilquis

    I’m getting mostly apple from this, with a bit of musk and almond. It’s very warm and sumptuous, and has good length on me.
  3. Miss Landau

    Diligent Instruction for the Bridal Night

    Whoops, thought I reviewed this back when I got the bottle. It was INTENSE then, and it's even more INTENSE now. Some BPAL's barely last a couple of hours on me unless I slather, this one needs just the lightest touch of the roller ball. For me this is straight strawberry conserve, super sweet and jammy, with just enough fruity tang to make it more than just a sickly sugar fest. For anyone who knows Solstice Scents, it's quite reminiscent of their Blossom Jam Tea Cake. Because strawberry, used lightly, tends to be inoffensive I had hoped for this as a daytime scent but to be honest it's a little too full on for that. It's one of the ones that people who get close enough to smell it always compliment, though.
  4. Miss Landau

    Lampades

    On me this is just sweet cranberry, it actually reminds me of a bottle of premix cosmopolitan that you add vodka to. But it's not as loud and in-your-face as that suggests, this works as a good day scent on me.
  5. Miss Landau

    Le Miroir de la Coquetterie

    Jasmine and damp dirt. Vanilla is usually very strong on me, but I'm not getting any of that at all yet, after wearing for about five hours. Although I do like vanilla, I feel that's a good thing this time round. I know "jasmine and damp dirt" sounds pretty unappealing but oddly enough it's not. It's a good clean earth smell. I should also say this has a very weak throw on me but that's fine, as if it was stronger it could be a bit too overpowering and intrusive.
  6. Miss Landau

    Orc

    Got a bunch of RPG frimps in my latest order, and Orc was one of them. To me fresh out of the imp this smells strongly grassy, almost astringently so. A few hours later I'm getting something vaguely, um, floral? Doesn't smell much like musk or leather, or at least not leather like I recognise it from other oils like Tezcatlipoca.
  7. Miss Landau

    Poisoned Apple

    Turns out I'm a big fan of BPAL's apple scents. This one reminds me a lot of Apple VI from the Halloweenie line - a strong blast of chilled apple, either red or golden for me, not green, with an intriguing medicinal/herbal note to it. If someone offers you an apple that smells like this, do not eat it!
  8. Miss Landau

    L'Agonie

    I'm a big fan of Grand Guignol so I suspected I'd like this and I do. While Grand Guignol smells to me like dried apricots (plus booze) these are fresh, plus the zing of fresh cut oranges. It's seriously bright and bracing at first, then a more rounded sweetness starts coming out. Love it.
  9. Miss Landau

    Prague

    Vaguely floral, but the main thing I'm getting from this is pine, almost resin-y, with that hint of menthol freshness. Not unpleasant though, and it seems to have pretty good staying power.
  10. Miss Landau

    Leanan Sidhe

    Some sort of floral, can't quite pick out what, and damp, green moss. Kind of like the smell of the moss on rocks in a creek bed. Very delicate and faint, but atmospheric.
  11. Miss Landau

    Dana O'Shee

    Offerings of milk, honey and sweet grains were made to placate these creatures, and it is that the basis of the scent created in their name. Marzipan rather than "sweet grains". Very light and almost zero throw, it was gone less than an hour later. Pretty and sweet.
  12. Miss Landau

    Morocco

    I think this is gorgeous. Lots of red sandalwood and carnation. I was worried the main spice would be cinnamon, which doesn't really work on me (and seems to cause terrible contact dermatitis) but it smells like vanilla.
  13. Miss Landau

    Morgause

    This has immediately become one of my new favourites. I'm guessing "purple fruits" means plums and grapes and I definitely get a lot of the former - but fresh ripe plums, not the over-ripe-turning-to-prune plum of Bordello - but don't think I can pick up anything I recognise as grape. Violet is the flower scent I'm getting, the incense is very much in the background for me.
  14. Miss Landau

    'Tis The Voice Of The Lobster

    "This reminds me of....Vera Wang's Princess Night" was my first thought. Very fruity and I was getting a LOT of watermelon, so that made sense when I went onto the BPAL website and read the notes afterwards. It's almost alarmingly strong at first, but tempers down almost immediately. I think this will make a nice eau de toilette strength scent for hot days. I've had quite a few frimps from the Alice in Wonderland collection, including some repeats which I'm not unhappy about. I've enjoyed all of them so far, and am considering ordering bottles of Alice, Eat Me and Queen of Hearts. The frimp system works, LOL.
  15. Miss Landau

    Lucy's Kiss

    I could have SWORN that when I read the BPAL page for Lucy's Kiss sometime last year, it listed this as a violet scent, not a rose one. Anyway, this is lovely. I'm not a huge fan of rose scents per se as they tend to give me a headache, but this is light enough for that not to be an issue. The "Victorian spices" add a sweetness that is delicate as opposed to sickly.
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