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8 Mar 2011

Amazing Alchemy Alice perfumes




The Black Phoenix Alchemy specializes

"in formulating body and household blends with a dark, romantic Gothic tone. Our scents run the aesthetic gamut of magickal, pagan and mythological blends, Renaissance, Medieval and Victorian formulas, and horror / Gothic-themed scents. By utilizing our knowledge of homeopathy and aromatherapy, the conceptual theories of hermetic alchemy, and the aesthetic artistry of perfumery, we have mastered the art of encapsulating allegorical ideas into singular olfactory experiences. We are the first of our kind, and have over fifteen years of practical experience in the field. Our expertise shows.

We pride ourselves on the artistry of our products, and our skill in their creation. All of our products are hand-blended here in our laboratory. Integrity and dedication is vitally important to us, and we do our best to provide the best possible product and slavishly good service to all our clients."





PERFUME OIL BLENDS
$17.50 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary glass vial.






perfume:

Curiouser and curiouser. Milk and honey with rose, carnation and bergamot.


John Tenniel





perfume:
Containing nary a neutron of meaning: rum-quince-cassis with prune and a bit of black ginger.



John Tenniel




perfume:
A bizarre blend of pineapple, tangerine, tobacco, apricot, and seltzer coated with hazy amber and heady sun-baked flowers.


Maggie Taylor





perfume:
Heavy incense notes waft lazily through a mix of carnation, jasmine, bergamot, and neroli over a lush bed of dark mosses, iris blossom, deep patchouli and indolent vetiver.


John Tenniel



The Caterpillar: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil
Black Phoenix Alchemy





perfume:
Grapefruit, red currant, dark musk, Roman chamomile, delphinium, and lavender.



John Tenniel




perfume:
Pink lime, pink grapefruit, white nectarine, wild rose, sage, woody patchouli, bergamot, and ornery hedgehog musk.


Lewis Carroll




perfume:
Red musk, lemon peel, sugar cane, cassia, white sandalwood, mango, and agarwood.



John Tenniel




perfume:
A dizzying eddy of four teas brushed with light herbs and a breath of peony.


John Tenniel





perfume:
However, this bottle was not marked 'poison,' so Alice ventured to taste it, and finding it very nice, (it had, in fact, a sort of mixed flavour of cherry-tart, custard, pine-apple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast,) she very soon finished it off.

BPAL’s Drink Me is not for drinking. Please use common sense, and remember: perfume oils are for external use only.



John Tenniel

perfume:
Three white cakes, vanilla, and red and black currants.
BPAL’s Eat Me is not for eating. Please use common sense, and remember: perfume oils are for external use only.







perfume:
Bandersnatch musk, redolent of spicy carnations, wild plums and chrysanthemum.



Tim Burton




perfume:
An earthy yet buoyant scent: pine, eucalyptus and orange.


John Tenniel





perfume:
Rosewood and black cherry with white musk, red rose, red musk and a spark of lavender.





perfume:
Crushed roses and blackcurrant tarts.





Knave of Hearts: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil
Black Phoenix Alchemy



perfume:
The dry, glorious warmth of the Savannah. A golden, spiced amber, proud, regal and ferocious.


John Tenniel



perfume:
A gentlemen's lavender-citron cologne unhinged by the feral pungence of black musk and a paroxysm of pennyroyal.






perfume:
Vanilla, two ambers, sweet pea and white sandalwood.






perfume:
A sea of salty tears drowning out Alice's light floral perfume.


John Tenniel





perfume:
Carnation, posies, and white amber with a hint of inky treacle, sandy cider, and wooly wine.


John Tenniel




perfume:
Lily of the Valley, Calla Lily, stephanotis and a drop of cherry.

perfume:
Deep mahogany and rich, velvety woods lacquered with sweet, black-red cherries and currant.


John Tenniel




perfume:
TWEEDLEDEE: Ridiculous! Kumquat, white pepper, white tea and orange blossom.
TWEEDLEDUM: Absurd! Green mango, fig, patchouli and green tea.


John Tenniel



Tweedledee: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil
Black Phoenix Alchemy




perfume:
A sparkly, batty little scent: green tea, melon, mint, lime rind, and champagne grape with lemon balm, mullein, and toadflax.






perfume:
A huge bouquet of squished rose petals: Bulgarian rose, Somalian rose, Turkish rose, Damascus rose, red and white rose, tea rose, wine rose, shrub roses, rose, rose, rose…
…and just an itty bitty bit of green grass.



John Tenniel


perfume:
Strong black tea and milk with white pepper, ginger, honey and vanilla, spilled over the crisp scent of clean linen.


White Rabbit: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil

Black Phoenix Alchemy



John Tenniel




perfume:
This time she came upon a large flower-bed, with a border of daisies, and a willow-tree growing in the middle.


John Tenniel





perfume:
Tiger-lily, ginger root, neroli, purple fruits, and frankincense.



Imperious Tiger Lily: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil

Black Phoenix Alchemy




perfume:
Red rose, oud, plum, bergamot, and red sandalwood.






perfume:
Daisy, pink carnation, pink pepper, and sugar.


Disney




perfume:
Violet petal, violet leaf, osmanthus, orris, mint, and opoponax.







perfume:
Shellacked wood, sap, sawdust, and privet.


John Tenniel


Rocking-Horse-Fly: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in Wonderland Perfume Oil
Black Phoenix Alchemy




Plum pudding, holly, and brandy-soaked raisin with frumenty, mince pie, and a hint of suet.



John Tenniel






Bread, lightly buttered, with weak tea, cream, and a lump of white sugar.


Belinda Rodriguez



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The Alice illustrations are just references.
The pictures of the bottles are from Black Phoenix Alchemy.

1 comment:

  1. the Alice line has many of my favorite scents! Thanks for highlighting them.

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