Friday, November 28, 2008
Sepia weeps. She laments.
Scents of powdery frail paper and resinous ink layer shy, sparkling lemons and yuzu, citrus fruit bowls overtaken by monk’s black-fingered writings.
Sepia is a perfume by Littleflowers. She evolves from thin veils of citrus over spices and leather, to dark resinous waxiness, and finishes with soft powdery sweet old paper and apothecary medicaments.
Do I like it? It's right up my olfactory alley. So yes, I do like it. Love it, in fact. It's precious and rare. Like old books written in dead languages.
Sepia ~ by Littleflowers.