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    Reading, writing, Tolkien + most fantasy, video games, history, hiking
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    Elf, Drink Me, Eat Me


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  1. feyofthefellwood


    Sampled my sister's imp of this. I also love the sorcerer class, so I was excited to try it! This was a morpher on me; smelled the frankincense at first, then it faded to this lovely orange and red cacao scent, but then the lavender came out and mixed with something and it ended up smelling kind of like sunscreen on me. Interesting overall, but not something I think I can wear well. It's great on my sister, though.
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    Dwarven Ale

    My sister got this as a frimp with her order and let me try it. I actually really like it! I definitely get the apple-cinnamon-ginger-pumpkin scent that others have described. I'm not getting a lot of fermented mushroom, but maybe it gives it an earthiness. It's almost a holiday-type scent, autumn or winter baking, or even Christmas potpourri? Either way, I dig it. I don't think I'd wear this as an everyday scent, but it has a warm and playful vibe that would be nice for a Christmas party, ren faire, or other festival-type gathering.
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    The Night-Raven

    Got this as a frimp. Unfortunately, this one really doesn't work on me. I'm not a huge patchouli fan and combined with the jasmine, on my skin at least, it's a very pungent, musty smell that I can taste in my mouth. This probably means I should stick to sweeter, lighter scents.
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    Eat Me

    At first I wasn't sure what to make of this---I think I'd been bracing myself for the vanilla so much that the currants took me off guard. I also tend to amp berry/fruit scents, so the currant starts off a bit strong on me. Over time, though, it does gentle down into a slightly heady, warm currant-vanilla. This scent is also weirdly addictive; I started out not being that keen on it; now I keep coming back for more! The currants actually give it a nice dimension and uniqueness, I think, although the comparisons to Bordello and Snake Oil really make me want to try those too.
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    Drink Me

    I don't get any cherry in this, oddly (especially since I get the currant so strongly in Eat Me). It's sort of warm, brown sugar and vanilla, or sugar cookies, with a touch of pineapple. When it dries it smells almost chocolate-y. This is kind of what I imagined Butterbeer to smell like. This is a sweet scent, but light enough that I feel like I can wear it without being a walking cloud of sweet-ness.
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    On me, Bard starts out with a lot of rum, morphs into a lovely honey-and-wood scent (seriously, I love the wood notes in this), but then turns sort of acrid--maybe it's the brass? My sister tried it and it smells consistently amazing on her, though.
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    Reading Tolkien's works as a kid started my obsession with elves, so as soon as I saw this scent I knew I had to try it. Luckily for me, my skin chemistry likes it, so it lived up to my high expectations! This does smell very pine-y/aspen-y at first (which I actually don't mind except it makes me sneeze if I take too much of a huff), but quickly morphs into this perfect mountain-forest scent. This, to me, smells exactly like the mountains in Colorado where I grew up: aspen, wildflowers, and crisp, cold air. I do amp the berry a bit in the middle stage, but then the honey/amber scents come out and it all settles into this very delicate, subtle woodland sweetness. My 5ml is on its way.