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Earth and Urn (Tierra y Urna)


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Scent: Sexy, intense coffee incense.




COFFEE ~ Focus, stamina, concentration, determination.
CHOCOLATE/COCOA ~ Lightens emotions, evokes feelings of love.
TOBACCO ~ Healing, purification, spiritualism. An ode to the Gods.
CARDAMOM ~ Lust, love.
CINNAMON and CASSIA BARK ~ Male sexual stimulation, passion, lust, healing, protection, energy, creativity, psychic powers. Used in ancient mummification rituals.
CLOVE ~ Money attracting, deflects negative and hostile energies.
AMBER ~ Fertility, creativity, love, luck, riches.
EARTH ~ Grounding, centering, protection, renewal, reincarnation, life.

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This one was off the bat dark cocoa powder and earthy not as in EARTHY POTTING SOIL but you're outside after a rain and there's faint nature smell.  there's something about this that makes you go hm nah...



...but it's also intoxicatingly alluring and mysterious that draws you in for more, as it morphed; it smelled sorta ashy, sorta savoury, sorta chocolatey coffee and incense. I sorta love this a lot it's a full bottle right away.

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Oooh I love it!  I figured I would.  It's sweeter than I thought it would be, at least to begin with.  The earthiness and spiciness are there but there's a thread of sweetness as well, so the chocolate isn't as earthy as that type normally is.   I love cigar accords and I think this one is really nice, it doesn't overtake the blend.  Coffee and tobacco notes are very complimentary in fragrance, IMO.


Very potent and deep, I'm trying to think of what it reminds me of...maybe Kahve, a bit.  It doesn't give me as much of an incense vibe as Mourning Glory did, but it is in there a bit.


Definitely unisex, I feel like it skews more masculine but I think anyone who likes it could wear it, if it's to your taste, and really nice for Fall/Winter in terms of weight and intensity.

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I just applied this after it had rested for a day, so there's probably some travel shock still going on. Right now, I am getting earth, tobacco, and bitter coffee with just a hint of clove. I am surprised because I usually amp spices, but there are none to be found besides a smidgenof clove. It's an interesting scent, which I can't stop sniffing. I am going to let it rest a few more days to see if the chocolate and other spices become more prominent. 

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I'm having an autumnal coffee in the rain at the old limestone and sandstone section of the cemetery-full of intricately carved obelisks; tree trunk benches; ascending and weeping angels; Memento Mori. I might be having a clove cigarette, (but just one), in honor of my dearly departed theatre partner.


In this one bottle, there is the cool of the damp earth, the ache of sorrow, and the hope of joyous journeys, free from the limitations of these gravity-laden vessels in which we are bound. 

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Coffee, earth, and chocolate at first, and then after dry down I’m getting the sweet tobacco with the other 3 I mentioned. A little spice, but not much, and not incense on me. I like this on me and I seem to really like tobacco and vanilla notes on men (in the past I’ve liked Havana and Tom ford a lot) so I would definitely like this on a man. Ironically I don’t like smokers! 

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Sometimes, you read the notes and think you'll like something, but it doesn't quite work on your skin. Other times, it turns out even better than expected. This is definitely the latter! I love this!! It's what I had hoped Kahve would be, but the coffee in that one disappeared almost immediately on my skin. This is all deep coffee and tobacco and spicy goodness.


I love coffee scents. I like the sweet ones, but I especially love the ones that have rich depth and some nuance of bitter to complement the sweet. 


It's spicy, but not a baking spice, and not quite a dry spice. It's a dark, almost burnt spice. The dryness of the spice pairs with the slight dryness of the cocoa. But it's not overly dry, just enough to not be too sweet of a chocolate. I keeping with the not too sweet, I'm also getting unsweetened coffee and some delightful bitterness. There's also something that reminds me a bit of a campfire. If I can ever remember, I think I'd like to try layering it with Ash. I think it would also be good paired with a sweet scent. 


It's a dark scent. Like when things are burnt on the edges. (In a good way.) I get a very 90s independent coffee shop vibe. You know the kind that had its own library and there was always a college student in the corner reading philosophy and smoking. As it wears over the course of hours, the spice dies down a little, but the scent still remains deeply rich and nicely textured. (In my notes, I wrote that it has the texture of bark, but even I don't know what that means, lol.) I already went full bottle, and am thinking about a second.

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