Black Phoenix Hellboy Leftovers
Hellboy OG Perfume
A soft aquatic musk with kelp and juniper.
Aftershave, candy wrappers, brimstone, and cat.
Shining black leather, gleaming metal, labdanum, and myrrh.
A light, feminine vanilla floral perfume and a swirl of smoke and leather.
Plague of Frogs
Rubbery, wet, and warty.
A classic men’s cologne mixed with the scent of old, yellowed books, a splash of bay rum, and summoning incense.
Hellboy Movie Perfume
Sheer skin musk, white amber, white tea, pink clover, and a glob of ectoplasm.
A flap of leathery wings, a splash of mezcal, and crushed clove husk.
A bundle of witches’ herbs and honeyed lavender.
A classic 1920’s-style aldehyde with champaca blossom, incense, and sweet red patchouli.
Men Will Fall to Her Darkness
A haze of blood musk, myrrh, blackened lavender buds, labdanum, and opoponax.
Nimue the Blood Queen
A haze of purple poisons, precious oud, black plum, dried black cherries, smoky vegetal musk, and incense.
Hellboy Trading Post
The Crown Hair Gloss
A blood-tinged coronet of gold-gilded bramble.
Hellbeard Beard Oil
Bourbon tobacco, gunpowder, and brimstone.
The Osiris Club Atmosphere Spray
Ancient tomes and disturbing artifacts clutter the shelves of a posh club, where eons of incense smoke have seeped into suede and leather seats. A whiff of pipe tobacco and cologne, bourbon and gunpowder.
The Standing Stone at Pendle Hill Atmosphere Spray
A sorrowful moon casts shadows through the boughs of an ancient oak. Scattered fir needles sinking into pools of blood, human and inhuman. Boot-crushed grass, salt air tinged with incense, and fire-ravaged cedar wood.
Vengeance Eternal Hair Gloss
This is not over. Rage-red musk, razor-sharp tobacco leaf, black oak leaf, dried blackcurrant, and a smoky burst of patchouli.
These are sample sizes. Full sized bottles are stocked at Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and Black Phoenix Trading Post. As limited edition collections, these scents will be allowed to sell out. Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab & Trading Post have had a well developed decanter culture which I have been a part of for many, many years. While I communicate with them on the regular, they are not an official Ajevie partner and to support the traditions already in place, all Black Phoenix decants are non-profit on my end.