You know how mass-market perfume brands love to add "black" or "noir" to the name of a scent to make it sound rich and mysterious? And then you smell it and discover that all they've done is amp up the woods to a universally inoffensive degree? We see you there, mass-marketers. And we're here to show you what darkness really looks like.
- Black Velvet Cafe by 4160 Tuesdays is rich and dark as night with tobacco, coffee, leather, dark chocolate, and that darkest of raw materials: oud.
- A City on Fire by Imaginary Authors is cade oil, spikenard, cardamom, clearwood, dark berries, labdanum, and burnt match. Yep, burnt match.
- The Black by The Sum is black smoke swirling, floating, and changing in the air. More ethereal than dense, and still dark enough to make you howl at the moon.
- Dark Aoud is darkness penetrated by a flicker of hot light, like a candle glowing in the chambers of an Egyptian pharaoh surrounded by a sea of blackness.
- Features 4 fragrance samples in 2.25 ml glass vials
- Includes enough perfume for 15 - 20 wearings in each vial