Check out the newest perfumes in my Dead Writers line. Lenore is inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s masterpiece, The Raven, and has notes of clove, dragon’s blood, oak moss, and Moroccan Rose. It smells like dried roses, a dying ember, and ghostly whispers. Dharma Bum is inspired by Jack Keruoac’s novel of the same name and smells of youthful travels, coffee, forest and dirt. It has notes of cedarwood, patchouli, sage, opium, clove, and coffee. Only available at sweetteaapothecary.com
Shall the water not remember Ember
my hand’s slow gesture, tracing above of
its mirror my half-imaginary airy
portrait? My only belonging longing;
is my beauty, which I take ache
away and then return, as love of
teasing playfully the one being unbeing.
whose gratitude I treasure…
When Prince Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria’s grief was so profound that not only did she have her servants lay out Albert’s clothes every morning after his death, but she only wore black until her own death in 1901. Unwittingly, she started the craze for what was popularly dubbed, mourning jewelry. Items such as necklaces, rings, brooches, and bracelets that contained jet were all the rage.
This Victorian style mourning locket has a jet glass bead and comes with your choice of solid perfume. Get it here: http://ow.ly/dFDrT
Thoreau unisex perfume/cologne. Notes of bamboo, clary sage, and sandalwood. Smells like the woods. Part of the Dead Writers perfume collection.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”
Get it here: http://ow.ly/dChB5
Charlotte Bronte solid perfume locket. You choose the perfume. Might I suggest the Dead Writers blend? It is crafted of tobacco, black tea, heliotrope, and vanilla. Smells like tea stained pages of old books.