A MURDER OF CROWS ~ Cacao Absolute Honey Sandalwood Carnation Myrrh
A MURDER OF CROWS ~ Cacao Absolute Honey Sandalwood Carnation Myrrh
A MURDER OF CROWS ~ Cacao Absolute Honey Sandalwood Carnation Myrrh

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A MURDER OF CROWS ~ Cacao Absolute Honey Sandalwood Carnation Myrrh

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A Murder of Crows.... Inky black wings and cackling calls. The last of autumn's leaves rattle, clinging fiercely to their bony branches upon the dozing trees as winter slithers its way across the wood.

Deep, smoky sandalwood in an infusion of cacao absolute, golden honey, myrrh, and a whisper of the season's final peppery carnations, wrapped up in rich, earthy patchouli.

This blend is not particularly "sweet" or "foody", rather it is an earthy, resinous dark chocolate scent with a peppery kick from the carnation and a mildly sweet dry-down from the honey note.  If you're looking for a sweeter chocolate blend, my Myrrhe Cacao or Screamin' Mimi perfume oils may be better suited to your tastes.

The making of this scent is a multi-step process that takes time and much effort.  I create infusions with several individual botanicals and oils over a long period of time, which are then strained and the resulting infused oils blended together and left to "marry" for several months.  This scent only grows better with time. 


What customers are saying about A Murder of Crows:

"Absolutely stunning scent! I bought this full-sized bottle unsniffed and wow! am I ever glad I did! This fragrance is beautiful...thank you so much!"


Blended in a base of fractionated coconut oil and presented to you in your choice of 5ml, 8ml, or 15ml rectangular bottle with a roll-on cap (5ml and 15ml sizes shown for reference), it will arrive suitably packaged for gifting in a gorgeous embossed gift box tied with ribbon. Perfect for gifting someone else or simply for treating yourself to something fun and unique.

Be sure to give it a little shake before applying to pulse points as some absolutes & other essences may settle in the bottle. This is perfectly normal.