Cold cases and heated controversy. Posthumous titles resting uneasily upon the front page of the Los Angeles Times. Little did aspiring actress, Elizabeth Short, know that she would be singing her swan song on the west coast. Like the pages of a noir novel, the mystery unfolds yet the wrinkles on the page remind us of the dark and unforgettable past that haunts the archives. Our olfactory tale is told through mystifying aromas of Madagascan vanilla and dark, ambery resins. The brightness of orris and pink peppercorn convey the optimism of those seeking resolution over one of the most notable uncracked cases in American history. A veil of sweetness akin to the ambitions of an enthused starlet is actualized through a blend of cacao pod and almond cream notes. Teakwood, rosewood, cedarwood, and white musk complete the base. The Black Dahlia marks a chapter in Californian history that has perplexed us for decades, and thus, the inspiration for this fragrance is cemented.
Concentration: Eau de parfum
Notes: Tonka Bean, Almond Cream, Cacao Pod, Sugar, Cedarwood, Madagascar Vanilla Extract, Orris, Incense, Resins, Amber, Pink Peppercorn, Rosewood, Teakwood, Amaretto, and White Musk.
50mL /1.7 oz.