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La Death Darkness Black Black Hats

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The darkest and deathiest of black black hats: inky grey cashmere, tobacco-stained leather, and a feathery plume of bay leaf, opoponax, and sandalwood.

 

 

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Whoooooa...don't sleep on this one. I find leather can be overpowering in many blends, even though I enjoy it. Not here. Tobacco, leather, and sandalwood lovers rejoice. La Death Darkness is smoky, spicy, and just a touch sweet. It veers unisex. Only the sultriest black black hats here.

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*sniff* I uhhh... *sniff sniff*

Alright, so this one I get a ton of cashmere, which smells luxe AF, tobacco, bay leaf, and it smells just like a dapper guy. And I'm going to try this sucker on mr. zee_zee because this is his type of blend. Sophisticated, slightly neutral/manly. Good throw and wear length.

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Immediate Win. This one had the best name out of the Singularities, but the fact it's actually a knockout scent too? Hell yeah. 

 

I've never smelled cashmere before but it's reminding me a bit of a cozy, expensive sort-of-skin musk. The tobacco is the leaf kind, not the sticky shisha kind, which is a blessing; shisha turns sickly on me. It's perfectly balanced with the leather, which plays a gorgeous supporting role here. As it dries, the tangy brightness of the bay leaf comes out and dances with the smoky undercurrent of sandalwood and leather. It's reading as juicy dried cranberries. Imagine the dried fruits note from Voluminous Red Blanket and you've got it. 

 

This is exquisitely blended, no divas here. Not too much of a morpher, either. Right out of the gate it's an absolute stunner. It doesn't tack as any one season (I would wear this year-round), and I can already tell this is going to be a "my skin but better" blend. I would put this on the masculine side of center, but not overly so. It's inviting, sophisticated, and mysterious.

 

If you enjoyed A Tattooed Woman Embraces the God of Thunder and Nimue the Blood Queen but wished they were a scooch more masculine, try this. 

 

Really looking forward to telling people what it's called when they ask me what I'm wearing. 

Edited by supreme_c0rt

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oddly sweet, old soap/poutpourri? maybe this is the cashmere?

I can't even nail down any of the notes with my nose --- definitely no leather

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