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Arkansas black apples with inky musk, wood spice, labdanum, patchouli, dark African woods, and saffron.

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If you like the original Oblivion, you definitely want this. Apples really elevate this into something beautiful. It's almost like a high end craft cider - smooth, not too sweet, no effervesence, just really good apples. I've been waiting it out to see if the apple turns funky at all, and thankfully so far it does not. The apple has receded after a few minutes and the wood and spices peek out. The whole scent fades quite a bit 10-15 minutes in, but it's still lovely even close to the skin.

 

I gotta run back to the Lab and order a couple more.

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I'd like to note for the record that the oil in this decant is a light teal color. Now that that is out of the way...

 

Mostly, I'm getting a not-quite-aquatic musk, what I assume is the inky musk. The other notes are quite soft, almost hollow and ghostlike. This smells to me like a faint, perfumey bluish apple musk, with a touch of saffron-like dryness. That dryness combines with the apple musk to read almost like a dry cider, and I can see the craft cider comparison.

 

This is a little odd, and certainly perfumey, but interesting and likable.

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