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The Isles of Demons

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Twin islands near Newfoundland, now lost, that were believed to be gateways to Hell. The scent is of wet, dark greenery, carnivorous flowers, volcanic gas, and the hot black musk of the demons and wild beasts that populated the islands.

Kind of aquatic, musky and green with a bit of smoke. Not my thing, but interesting to try.

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I usually don't do anything remotely aquatic, but this was a recent Lab frimp and I was curious. I'm not getting more than the faintest whiff of sulphur, not enough to make it noxious in any stage. Instead, wet, it's green with a big blast of really lush flowers and a lot of sweetness -- carnivorous plants must use nectar and plenty of it to entrap their prey. In drydown a subdued black musk comes into play, really pretty, and it is smokier on the back of my wrist than on the inside. No soapiness on me at all. I am weirdly fascinated by this scent and so glad I got to try it.

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Well shit.  My first impression is I kind of love this, and it was no where on my radar.  It smells green, tropical, and lush at first.  Vaguely aquatic, without turning to soap.  There's some sort of floral in here, but I'm not sure what.  Then brimstone and coal notes starts working their way in, overlaying everything with a raspy, acrid texture.   It's a  surprisingly different fragrance now.  Sort of Machu Pichu to Brimstone.  The smoky scent gradually over takes the sweet, green lushness.  5 stars for the scent journey.  I went from an exotic jungle garden to the edge of that volcano in less than 5 minutes.  I think I'm going to have to investigate this one more thoroughly!

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