Exclusive to Little and Grim, these "Our Darling" bars are molded from an antique casket plate. They're hand painted with a patina'd metallic finish, ready to be your bathtime memento mori.
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.
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.
Greenbrier Ghost: Dark dreams and darker deeds. Vengeance is hers. Notes of black amber, patchouli, spanish moss, bergamot, oak, and frankincense.
The House Doesn't Want You: The strange creaks know your name and the chimney bricks watch you go. Notes of worn wooden floorboards, pear, raspberry, maple vanilla, freshly picked Gala apples, pipe tobacco, leather, musk, and a woodstove burning the last of the chairs.
Red Death: Sticky, red, deadly decadence. Lush Bing cherries coated in rich dark chocolate, fruit soaked in champagne, smoky spices, and a glossy ballroom floor splattered with something rather sanguine while the outside turns to rot. Notes of rich potting soil, cherry, chocolate, eucalyptus, amber, geranium, black cardamom, patchouli, bergamot, cashmere, and sandalwood.
Someone Tell Lady Luck That I'm Stuck Here: Someone gimme my shot, or I'll rot here. Notes include bamboo, ginger, verbena, sweet peaches, lemongrass, and fresh rain.