Oakmoss, oakwood and orange flower

Devil's Nightcap

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Oakmoss, oakwood and orange flower
A bottle of Devil's Nightcap Lush perfume. The perfume is dark brown in colour and contained in a rectangle bottle featuring a black lid and label.

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A devilishly delightful earthy perfume.

Embark on a journey through the ancient countryside and ground down with smoky oakwood absolute. Under the silver beams of a full moon, clear your mind and inspire your imagination with uplifting orange flower and mystical oakmoss absolute.

You’ll love this if you like:
- Green and earthy perfumes.
-Devil’s Nightcap soap.
-The dark glamour of a dewy forest at night.

ruby.greasley

About 1 year ago

This may be the only perfume that perfectly captures my soul... Smokey, dark, and temptingly sweet. At first the smokey, earthy aroma completely engulfs you, then it becomes earthy and sweet as it warms up. What a creation. My signature smell.

22 Ingredients
Rich and smoky
Floral and uplifting

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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FlipMax

About 2 years ago

This is an extremely beautiful creation. The delicately sweet orange flower tempers the oakmoss and oak wood, evoking the redolence of a dew-dampened forest full of wistful pixies as the trees are coming into bloom. It's very much a mellow earthy scent but not in the same vein as the much headier rush provided by Tramp. Devil's Nightcap is an elegant, graceful and sombre fragrance with a magical quality to it. There is something very timeless about this.

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naomi.knowles111

About 1 month ago

First impression is a slightly smokey, mossy, oaken scent upon first application. The Orange flower scent is there but is initially shy compared to the bold oakmoss, and gradually expresses itself more as time goes on. The floral sweetness mellows out the woody profile of the oak, which in turn gives the orange flower a subtle, moreish spice.

An elegant autumnal scent that lasts for a good few hours, with an average sillage that is pleasantly reminiscent (albeit faintly) of damp, foggy woodland.

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naomi.knowles111

About 1 month ago

First impression is a slightly smokey, mossy, oaken scent upon first application. The Orange flower scent is there but is initially shy compared to the bold oakmoss, and gradually expresses itself more as time goes on. The floral sweetness mellows out the woody profile of the oak, which in turn gives the orange flower a subtle, moreish spice.

An elegant autumnal scent that lasts for a good few hours, with an average sillage that is pleasantly reminiscent (albeit faintly) of damp, foggy woodland.

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