Digitalis

Designer: Joseph Quartana 
Perfumer: David Apel 
Series:  Les Potions Fatales 
Release Date:  September 2016 

"The foxglove bells, with lolling tongue,
Will not reveal what peals were rung
In Faery, in Faery,
A thousand ages gone."  
—Mary Webb 
(Foxglove is the common name for Digitalis)

GREEN, FRESH-CLEAN, OCEANIC, SPICY

Galbanum, Silver Iris, Cucumber, Basil, Pepper, Ozone, Coriander, Florozone, Drenched Violet, Neroli, Rose, Jasmine, Gentiane, Incense, Fern, Wet Moss, Violet Leaf

@16% Eau de Parfum

COMMENTARY:
Digitalis or Foxglove is a poison flower that has a tradition of being used to summon woodland nature spirits.  Digitalis is a sparkly, fresh ozonic scent that suggests the presence of fairies along the edge of a morning-fresh stream in verdant Spring forest. Let its airy and whimsical nature lead you to another realm of aromatic enchantment.

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Our 50mL box comes factory heat-sealed in a tamper-resistant, transparent chrome mylar pouch.

The purchase of our Les Potions-Fatales Discovery Set (available below) unlocks the $50 discount code "IveBeenPoisoned' which can be used during checkout at a later date of your choosing toward a full size bottle of Les Potions-Fatales, thus making the Discovery Set FREE! 
Try before you buy with no risk!

50 mL / 1.7 oz. Bottle
$145 USD
2mL / 0.07 oz. Sample Vial
$6 USD