Black Phoenix Haute Macabre (pre-order)
Pre-order* items have not yet arrived at my studio, but have been listed/ordered. Once it reaches me processing takes 3 - 14 business days before it's shipped out to you. To estimate when your order is likely to be heading out, keep an eye on the 'Status' of ordered items. Please see the FAQ for my Empties/Original Bottle policy.
"Please note that is a pre-order sale, with a fulfilment of late May, 2019." ~HauteMacabre.com
Status: Ordered April 24th
*Also available in Hair Gloss. HG sizes are 1oz
Leather drenched with white patchouli, oak bark, bourbon vanilla, bitter almond, and Moroccan jasmine.
Damp clusters of brown patchouli, dried maple leaves, black sage, spikenard, and curled, misshapen mandrake roots
A ragged canopy of moonflower and morning glory, dew-touched mosses creeping over gnarled oak roots, and shimmering beams of mugwort, cuckoo flower, and rose mallow.
Oak leaf, bourbon vanilla, almond husk, and black leather accord darkened by a 13-year aged black patchouli.
It Wasn't Just a Phase
7-year aged patchouli and polished black cedar with midnight-black vegetal musk, fossilized amber, Spanish moss, and nagarmotha.
Mountain laurel petals limned in pale pink settling among boughs of hemlock, soft mosses, and dark lichens.
Mummies of Mexico*
Church incense, ornate gold, old lace, and dust. A sacred, secret scent, recalling residual whispers of incense settling into the ancient, forgotten dust.
Black velvet oudh, indigo musk, smoked patchouli, golden myrrh, and tree moss.
Amber and black copal with black coconut, Sumatran red patchouli, green cardamom pod, and golden musk.
St. Louis #1
Drooping Spanish moss and crumbling marble, sweet olive blossom, 13-year aged black patchouli, and offerings of Bay Rum, Florida water, and tobacco
These are sample sizes. Full sized bottles are stocked at Haute Macabre, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and Black Phoenix Trading Post. As limited edition collections, these scents will be allowed to sell out. Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab & Trading Post have had a well developed decanter culture which I have been a part of for many, many years. While I communicate with them on the regular, they are not an official Ajevie partner and to support the traditions already in place, all Black Phoenix decants are non-profit on my end.