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.
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.
Ludlow's Hearse: Sleek leather seats, dark wood polished to a high shine, and the cologne of a somber driver. Notes of leather, bergamot, patchouli, tonka, musk, white peach, cashmere, ylang ylang, sandalwood.
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.