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Mister Azure

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    Mithras, Womb Furie, Eau de Ghoul, skekNa the Slave Master, skekUng the Garthim Master

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  1. Mister Azure


    A wicked beast comes to claim what is their to devour. This scent is rather interesting for me. When first applying I feel as though I’m wandering a moist bog or swamp area at night. Stagnant waters, creeping cypress trees and thick moss. Those come through in their own ways that are very immersive. Dry it takes on a more notable natural incense quality that melds with the missy and bog like quality. Later still after several hours, it goes sweeter on me. Faint but sweeter. This is not a bad scent but I really do not know how to feel about it. I don’t hate it but I don’t love it their. Will try wearing a few more times. Others that smell it one me don’t mind it at all nor find it offensive. Just interesting.
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    La Primavera

    Cleansing of a mad world in need of serenity. This scent is clean, smooth, and just serene. When I saw clean, I don’t mean like a cleaner or disinfect. It’s light, grin inducing, and makes you drift into a wooded clearing of tranquility. The plumb blossom I believe is what gives this a somewhat sweet scent with the other florals melding into a beautiful menagerie of blissful intents. Then the lemon… I worried about this as I thought it would make me smell like a house cleaner. Yet here it just brightens up the scent. The ylang ylang makes the a fragrance a bit more perfume-like I believe, but still keeps from being too much at any given time. The most surprising aspect of this is the jasmine. I expected this to take the frontline over everything else but it just hangs back and supports everything else. This scent is just beautiful. I had this on for 9 hours then while working out and it continued smell pleasant. It certainly has lasting power. The throw is on the lower end but that just makes it more personal.
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    Fig milk, honeyed vanilla, black tea, and hay absolute. Passionate meetings with impactful boons. Wet: Smooth fig and vanilla spring forth in this scent. Like something you can just slip into without pause. The black tea gives this a sort of bitter tranquility that is hard to not savor. There is a sensation of sinking in the black tea while fig laced vanilla is poured into the cup. The throw is wide and of delightful quality. Dry: The hay absolute makes this become sweeter than before. It doesn’t take on a different sweet quality but rather the fig’s sweetness becomes amplified a bit more. This is where the black tea becomes important. The black tea prevents this effect from becoming too overwhelming in the given notes. The vanilla takes a slight back step while everything else is rounded out. The throw remains consistent in this from the wet stage. Final thoughts: So creamy, lush, and savory. I find myself enjoying the sensation of being wrapped up in this fragrance. This is my first journey into fig scents and this will ensure it will not be my last. I do not find this to be a foodie scent in the slightest. It’s just a well rounded and intoxicating fragrance. I feel like I will run out of this too soon for how often I am tempted to wear it. Yeah. I think I’ll just order another bottle while it’s still available. Update:: After several hours of wear I’m left with a light honey scent with fig. The almond and black tea is barely looming in the background. It’s like a nice cool down or reprieve at the end of the day. This really is a good scent with a lot of throw.
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    Dragon's Claw

    Savory sandalwood in a multitude of delights. To put it simply, my skin agrees very well with sandalwood scents. The dragon’s blood resin gives it a deeper scent that works to keep the sandalwood in check. Generally I don’t wear many dragon’s blood scents out of the notion that it gives off an incense type of throw on me. This however is a fragrance that I can see myself enjoying every once in awhile.
  5. Mister Azure

    Fake News

    Deceptive and with misdirection. Upon first putting this scent on, I smelled patchouli and something like pvc plastic or a new pool toy. Not the best opener to give me confidence. After it dries more the tobacco comes out and warms up nicely. The pepper is in there as well but only as a hint of added spice. That plastic pvc aspect fades and I am left with soft patchouli layered with pepper spiced tobacco. A scent I did not know would be as enriching as it is. I find myself liking this much more than expected. The tobacco is what lures me the most to this scent. I like it so much. Has an older and oddly refined aspect. Tempted to get a full bottle of this but I think a few more wears of the decant will be required first. I will agree that this scent makes no sense.
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    Nevertheless, She Persisted

    Sharp and of respect of those bearing witness. With this scent I didn’t know what to expect. What I can say is that my skin amped the frankincense more than anything. I did pick up a touch of the metal/steel. Over the course of the wear some of the golden oudh. However, this mostly smelled like frankincense on me. Plus the throw was very short on me, but that could also do with how much I put on at the time. It is unfortunately not a scent that works for me. The decant is plenty but I do not think I’ll spring for a full bottle of this one.
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    Enjoyable confusion at its finest. Wet: I am brought back to the summers where I’d enjoy a delicious creamsicle/dreamsicle treat. A mixture of citrus orange and creamy sweet milk. That is what comes through first in this. Yet lurking just behind it is something not sweet and creamy. Something just off center that is difficult to nail down. Lemon and pepper is what creeps in here. Still makes it a pleasant scent that makes me think of summer. Dry: Still remains very much the same but the black pepper comes out a little more. The lemon fades to the back even more to where barely a hint is picked up. I never smelled gin in this. Was surprised and disappointed in this. Final thoughts: This scent is more foodie than anything I have tried so far. I like it! Co-worker felt it was not very masculine but still pleasant enough. The throw is very short on me. Which I would think is a good thing. I didn’t know what to expect from this scent and still find it interesting. A decant is enough to sate me for now. One day I may get a full bottle.
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    Memories of moments lost devolved to sublime comfort. Wet: The black musky comes out fiercely in this. To a point where I wasn’t sure if I wanted to wear this for the day. And there’s something else a bit sharp in there too. Know others think lemon but it’s something else that I cannot fully place my finger it. Fortunately, as the wear continued, it settles into something finer and more pleasant. Dry: The Amber comes out! And it comes out in a divine form. The musk balances it out just enough so the amber isn’t sickly sweet. It becomes a glorious scent on my skin that is well balanced. Final thoughts: This reminds me a bit of Womb Furie a couple hours after the dry down with a slight musk twist. It is pleasant and one that I enjoyed wearing all day at work. It does lack a lot of throw on me to where I could pick up whiffs if it every now and again. Still very content with it as a daily wearable scent. May need to get a full bottle instead of just an imp.
  9. Mister Azure

    Water of Notre Dame

    Calm and enticing waters of new promise. Wet: A clean and aquatic floral comes through on this scent. Light and liberating in a way. Dry: the scent remains consistent in what it delivers at the wet stage. If there is a change, it is that there is a slightly more noticeable note of flora. Final thoughts: An overall pleasant and enjoyable scent. I have not experienced a lot of scents that have aquatic properties to them and this makes me want to enjoy them more. I find it to be well balanced and something that reminds me of springtime. The throw is wide so a little goes a long way.
  10. Mister Azure

    Limited editions equivalents in the general catalog?

    Mat Night - “The joy of wanton mischief: caramelized tobacco and slowly falling snow muffling the scent of a distant fire.“ I found myself really liking the Mat Night scent but that is obviously no longer available. Any suggestions on something that might match that one that is readily available?
  11. Mister Azure

    Midian Unmade

    More than the dead dwell within the graveyard of Midian. Wet: Freshly turned and moist soil with a hint of wet tree bark surround me. I feel as though I have been plunged into the ground. Deeply into it’s cool and dark embrace. Engulfing is the best way to phrase this. It has a rather long throw that doesn’t smell like something trying to have the scent of soil but rather it is the scent of soil. It’s not a bad thing at all. Yet it does smell like someone that has bathed in soil. Dry: Slowly the scent of the freshly turned soil and branches falls away. The branches are gone as I wander deeper into Midian‘s winding tunnels. I find myself still surrounded by soil yet there is more that comes to me. I find myself inside of a sacred place. A place of reverence. A temple or shrine of sorts that has incense of godly workings for its believers. The longer this wears the more prominent the sweet incense becomes. I swear I pick up a faint hint of dried blood now but not sure from where. The caked on soil slops off and I become born anew. Final Thoughts: This scent surprised me a lot. I had been wanting to try it for sometime and finally obtained a decant. I was hit hard with the vibrant scent of soil that I did not anticipate at all. My skin seems to amp soil a lot compared to other scents. I like the scent of soil a lot and this scratches that need a lot. Even the incense smell I like and I usually shy away from incense smells since more often than not I end up smelling like a head-shop. I do regret that the scent of scorched cypress branches did not poke through a bit more yet what it does add is still worth basking in. I don’t know if I would reach for this often but it is sparingly indulgent. Will likely tap out the decant and still get more.
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    Hopelessly romanced by a tender protagonist. This scent is soft. Soft and delicate in ways I did not expect. If you told me there was patchouli in this, I would have never believed you. It holds a delicate tenseness that is profoundly masculine in the ways of wearing your emotions on your sleeve. I did not think I would be fond of this scent going in but after trying to a couple of times, I am made a believer. Lemon in any form is something I have stated away from out of fear it would smell like a cleaner on me. Yet here… I just want more. This blend just works. There is a light, savory-sweet, and pleasantly lingering quality to this fragrance. Nothing stands out as harsh or bold. Just consistently there and pleasant. Casual and endearing. I got this as a decant yet I find myself humoring the desire for a full bottle. It’s such a good daily go to scent I think. The throw alone keeps a respectful distance too as not to offend the sensibilities anyone near by with a lasting staying power.
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    The Apothecary

    Something simple and natural that applies a needed balm. Wet: Sweet moist moss and grass comes into the foreground with a light juiced sweetness. I feel like I have just wandered into a naturalist healing shop just after the morning sun has come up. Greeted with freshly ground herbs resting next to piles of recently harvested moss. The throw is medium at this stage. Dry: The mosses and fig remain but are mellowed out slightly with the arrival of ginger than slips in without notice. The transition is so sleek and seamless that it is a natural progression for the scent. Subtly beautiful is the best way I can describe this scent. The throw becomes less but still remains present on the skin. Final Thoughts: I can say that as a result of this scent, I love mossy fragrances. A lot. After a day and night of wear, a faint lingering remnant of this sticks with me that I was pleased to discover. I did have to refresh it the next morning just so I could enjoy it again. I wish the Potter’s Field fragrance was closer to this one.
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    Mat Night

    A night of cold embrace and comforts. Wet: Smoky tobacco and faint fire with inviting flames. It’s striking at first and yet familiar. There’s a cool stillness in this. Like the scent is trying to be suppressed or muted, which is a result of the cold element in this. The throw I would say is medium. Dry: The coolness fades the closer I get to the fire. The tobacco gains a certain sweet warmth to it. There is a nice smoky scent that comes into the warmed air that mingles well with the sweet tobacco. The throw remains medium and continues to warm the longer it wears. Final thoughts: This scent confirms that tobacco is something my skin loves. It want to amp that more than the other scents and this is in the best way possible. This isn’t a hard scent at all. It starts off cool and warms up well. Brings a feeling of being outside in a good autumn night where the glowing call of a distant fire and a sweet rolled cigarillo is given to bring us more comforts. This is a scent that is so worthwhile on many levels. I would like to wear this on any fall day and during some winter nights.
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    The Potter's Field

    A field waiting to burst with green life. Wet: Heavy bags of top soil with a fresh layer of perennial flowers are here. There are hot piles of mulch here to help support the field in its growth. You can see and feel the peeping and tending to the earth with this scent at this stage. There is some very good ground work being laid here. Dry: A subtle spiced herbal root is plucked from the ground. Waiting to be dried and used. Still the moist top soil is present and still aims to give a lush and vibrant field of growth. The mulch as cooled some and have become spread over the grounds, which make it difficult to note the perennials anymore. After about 4 hours of wear the perennials becoming rooted into the soil and bloom. They bring a light and sweet fragrance with them not that the mulch scent has faded. Final thoughts: This scent reminds me so much of trips taken to the garden and plant nursery with my mum. I feel like I have fresh, rich soil under my nails, herbs in a burlap bag, fragrant rooted flowers, and plant bulbs ready to fill the garden. The smell of a steaming wood mulch pile to help support the growth of plants while preventing weeds from forming is constant in this for me along with that moist soil scent in all stages. It is a nice earthy scent with a medium throw. Do I enjoy it for a nostalgic vibe but I do not believe this is a scent that I will reach for very often. For earthy scents in this line I enjoy the Eau de Ghoul over this on my skin.