Alphabetical Scent List
Absinthe: Let the heady spirit of the Green Fairy whisper in your ear. Scented with aromatic herbs, sweet anise, and a touch of pure Artemisia Absinthium. Imminent moral collapse not included.
β-Endorphins: When these are released in your brain, food begins to smell and taste irresistible, causing the side effect known as the munchies. Chocolate milk, salty popcorn, cold vanilla ice cream, peanut brittle, and a drizzle of caramel sauce.
Bonfires at Dusk: Woodsmoke, sweet beeswax, Oregon lavender, sandalwood, charred juniper, and the scent of swiftly appearing stars.
Cassiopeia: Arrogant Cassiopeia boasted that she was more beautiful than the daughters of the ocean god Nereus-- the breathtaking Nereids. Her spirit lives on in this blend of pink passionfruit drenched with cool rainwater and lemonade, salted melon, vanilla ice cream, melty caramels, sweet jasmine sambac, silken robes, and bright sunshine. A fruity aquatic with strong gourmand notes and a bit of jasmine.
Perfumer's Notes: Cassiopeia uses the same passion fruit note that can be found in Arcana Craves' Pink Moonbeams. I've been longing for a water-drenched pink passion fruit, and Cassiopeia's connection to the Nereids seemed perfect.
Cobweb: Pistachio gelato and vanilla ice cream over soft forest mosses and wild-harvested fir tips. A sweet, atmospheric, coniferous gourmand. Perfumer's Note: This is the original Cobweb and shares our delectably nutty pistachio note with Pistachio Gelato by Arcana Craves.
Delphinus: This matchmaking dolphin convinced beautiful sea-nymph Amphitrite to marry Poseidon. Peach sorbet, sugared coconut milk, and a tiny drop of Key lime. A playful gourmand with lime and peach.
Devilish: Shaking off vanilla's reputation for namby pambyness, this infernally dark and smoky fragrance comes complete with licks of fire and sulfurous wafts of brimstone. The devil really does have all the best scents.
Draco: The bold dragon who stood sentry over Hera’s golden apples in the garden of the Hesperides. Crisp apples, black amber resin, pineapple, black tea, and cognac absolute. A fruity, somewhat boozy amber with black tea notes.
Filthy Viking: Between the sea voyages and the pillaging, it must have been difficult for Odin's henchmen to stay fresh. Too bad they didn't have this ferocious blend of scents from the Viking world: bracing Norwegian juniper, frigid Icelandic mint, and the hardy wood of a longship.
Four Days: Sun warmed mango and fuzzy peach are whipped into coconut milk, Oaxacan vanilla bean, cardamom crème, sweet Tonka, sheer voile, and the softest musk. A rich and fruity gourmand.
Four Nights: Opening with petrichor and sleepy French lavender, then drying down to the softest woolen blankets piled on a cool forest floor at midnight. A non-sweet, cashmere-laced atmospheric with earth notes.
Ganesh: Honor the generous and happy spirit of Sri Ganesha and he will bless you greatly. A large, joyous snoutful of coconut cake is snugly wrapped in honey, vanilla, Indonesian clove, green coconut, and a warm blend of spices.
Holy Terror: There are utterly somber and fearsome spirits which are known to haunt certain long-deserted chapels, monasteries, and abbeys. An unsettling, austere blend of burning frankincense, sandalwood, deep myrrh, and dusty beeswax candles.
Isolde: White chocolate, pale almond milk, delicate vanilla, cream, and a touch of sheer musk.
Jeunesse Dorée: The luxe, opulent beauty of nonpareil jasmine sambac absolute, golden Italian bergamot zest, plump vanilla pods, sugary Peru Balsam, soft Clearwood, and a single drop of French cognac.
Leaves Falling Like Rain: In honor of our beloved Pacific Northwest and the best time of the year. A comforting base of brown sugar, caramel, gingersnaps, and cappuccino is sparked off with hints of vintage patchouli, hyssop, mullein, and white pepper.
Mad Monk: Some considered Grigori Rasputin to be a depraved charlatan, while others believed he was a mystic with magical powers, but no one could forget his haunting gaze. Golden amber resin, Siberian fir needle, Arcana’s Holy Terror (burning frankincense, sandalwood, deep myrrh, and dusty beeswax candles), coarse brown bread, and warm fur.
Moth: Lilac-infused champagne, wild-harvested juniper berries and boughs, white iris, dry vanilla bean soda, silken wings, and cool water. An effervescent, fresh, floral cocktail.
Mustardseed: Dried rose petals and inky black leather with Clearwood, Moroccan rose, plenty of aged patchouli, cold rain, and Cetalox. A leathery, earthy florchouli.
Nectar: The deepest longing for sunshine, long warm days, and peace in our time. Ripe, plump blackberries and creme de cassis with sheer, summery georgette, cold swirls of vanilla ice cream, a tuft of tender lambswool, and a field of softly blooming sunflowers on a nearby hillside.
Oberon: Incense swirls through a wild forest of Noble fir and black spruce, old growth cedar trees, jasmine grandiflorum, heady ylang ylang, bundles of damp kindling, and sultry brown musk. A coniferous floral with woodiness and incense.
Peaseblossom: Tart, sweet raspberry resin is drizzled over the warm scent of fuzziness: melting amber, creamy musk, yellow silk, silver iris, and a bit of sheer tree bark. A fuzzy "your skin but better" scent sparked with raspberry.
Phoebus: The ancient Greek personification of the sun. Smoked vanilla, sweet resins, red musk, marshmallow, and fiery woodsmoke.
Piscis Australis: The Southern Fish gulps water flowing from the urn of Aquarius. A clean, airy handful of acacia blossoms, neroli, tuberose, asphodel, and native gardenia petals are scattered over banana fruit and white amber. A banana-laced fresh floral.
Puck: A rich amber accord (labdanum, benzoin, and sweet Tahitian vanilla) is warmed with velvety plum, ripe fig, layers of incense, cedar resin, incantations on old parchment, and soft woods. A resinous amber with plum nuances and a long vanillic drydown.
Queen Crossbones: The adventurous scents of a pirate queen's far-flung travels: Creamy Egyptian musk, wild honey, sweet coconut, and exotic resins. Because a bad attitude and a stolen galleon will get you everywhere.
She is the fairies’ midwife, and she comes
In shape no bigger than an agate stone
On the forefinger of an alderman,
Drawn with a team of little atomi
Over men’s noses as they lie asleep. (William Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet)
The mysterious queen of the fae realm is whimsical, provocative, and full of dark powers. Intoxicating orange blossoms with marshmallow pillows, narcotic petitgrain, creamy coconut milk, wild harvested bitter orange, Tahitian vanilla, and feathery ylang ylang petals.
Quick Bright Things: Sweet lavender absolute, French vanilla, wild orange, ruby grapefruit, sandalwood, amber resin, a dash of cognac, and a hint of green violet leaf absolute. A citrusy aromatic with gourmand touches.
Sagittarius: This famous archery loving centaur was identified in the night sky in the 2nd century by Ptolemy. A rich blend of warm woods, benzoin resin, sacred incense, bittersweet Peruvian chocolate, dark amber, cedarwood shards, and black Mexican vanilla. A woody, resinous atmospheric with plenty of dark chocolate and incense.
Perfumer's Notes: I have known so many Sagittarians, was once married to a Sag, am currently married to a Sag Moon AND Sag Rising. To me, this scent embodies the deepness within all the Sagittarian lightness (eg: running around on their horse hooves). This is the scent of a wise old centaur crossed with eternal youthfulness.
Swashbuckler: Proof that you can be the scourge of the high seas and still breeze into port smelling divine. Concocted from West Indies bay rum, scurvy-preventing limes, and a dark blend of spices.
Tess: A pure woman, faithfully presented. (Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d'Urbervilles) Rustic violets, fresh cream, amber, vanilla bean, and soft, milky musk.
This Is Not Canada: Sweet, jammy Canadian fir absolute and wildcrafted Canadian black spruce, suffused by three golden ambers. (Formerly known as Timberline.)
Titania V.2: Summer storms and cotton candy with a mischievous, feminine array of heart notes: spruce tips, pink pepper, forest mosses, Tahitian vanilla, and morning dew. A sweet gourmand with salty Ambroxan and pink pepper nuances.
Perfumer's Notes: This is the new Titania. You can tell them apart because V.2 has the date (2023) on the back of the label. You can tell the samples apart because V.2 has a green label.
Two Finger Ballet: A delicate blend of French vanilla creme, white amber, sugared vanilla beans, caramel, and the smallest dab of opium.
Ursa Major: Before she became a bear and was placed into the heavens, the Great Bear was the fierce and beautiful hunter, Callisto. A darkly feminine mix of feral black musk, sweet tobacco leaf, wild blackberries, clove bud, and a hint of ursine fur. A darkly spiced fruity atmospheric with tobacco.
Ursa Minor: The Little Bear contains the North Star and is well beloved by navigating seafarers. A fluffy, delicate blend of summer peach, frosted lemon cake, white tea, velvety white fur accord, chrysanthemum stems, clover honey, and hints of wild-harvested fir and spruce. A coniferous gourmand with fluffy, fruity nuances.
Wolfling: An innocently feral opening of sweet marzipan and wild cherry leads to a heart of warm cardamom, sugared vanilla beans, soft wolfing fur, Cashmeran, and gentle gourmand musk.