Scents by Mood

This is our current scent catalog, organized by mood. You can view the scents organized alphabetically here, or by collection here.

 I want to smell like:

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  • Bonaventure: The heady scent of magnolia blossoms before a spring rain, and a long, tall glass of spiked lemonade. Notes of magnolia, rose, jasmine, strawberry, granny smith apple, mulberry, black currant, and rain.
  • Dark Bright Wood: After the snow, we can see for miles by moonlight. The grove is still dark. Notes of clove, cinnamon, lemon, balsam, patchouli, bare wood, and lush vanilla cake accord.
  • The Gravedigger's Daughter: A heaping bowl of fresh fruit topped with cream, and a side of rose tea. Notes include sandalwood, orange zest, pineapple juice, tangerine, grapefruit, cream, rose petals, jasmine, musk, and bergamot.
  • The Moss Maiden: She's the brilliantly green and lush creature who lives along the stream, where the moss grows thickly and is doted with tiny flowers. Notes include fern, damp undergrowth, moss accord, fresh water, and a light citrus blend.
  • Mount Auburn: A dizzying array of all the flora that buds in Massachusetts. Fragrant, fruity blossoms and towering trees shading gentle, winding paths. Notes of raspberry, melon, honeysuckle, lilac, wisteria, and spruce.
  • Poor Farm: Overgrown grass, tangled undergrowth, wildflowers, the memory of fresh linens, and distant, greener pastures. Notes of sage, moss, fern, sweet grasses, green wood, and chamomile.
  • The Sad Hour: A gentle lilac-scented breeze blows across a covered mirror, a stopped clock, and a black sash upon the door. May it bring peace. Notes of newly flowered lilac, dry amber, and vanilla.

-I am sitting in an actual cemetery.

  • Bachelor's Grove: Tumbled headstones peeking from damp overgrowth, fog, and a house that's there one moment and gone the next. Notes of soil, moss, forest floor, myrrh, and white musk.
  • Bonaventure: The heady scent of magnolia blossoms before a spring rain, and a long, tall glass of spiked lemonade. Notes of magnolia, rose, jasmine, strawberry, granny smith apple, mulberry, black currant, and rain.
  • Dirt Nap: Six feet of earth makes equals of us all. A warm blanket of soft earth, and a sweet cup of chocolate to toast the departed. Notes of dirt, sugar, and chocolate. Gender neutral, just like death.
  • House of Usher: Chilly, broken stones covered in moss. Rotting wood, creeping ivy, and something sinister lurking beneath the damp leaves. Notes of walnut, sandalwood, oak moss and leaves, myrrh, patchouli, pine, bergamot, cedar, fig, lemon, and white amber.
  • Mount Auburn: A dizzying array of all the flora that buds in Massachusetts. Fragrant, fruity blossoms and towering trees shading gentle, winding paths. Notes of raspberry, melon, honeysuckle, lilac, wisteria, and spruce.

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