Nosferatu Perfume Oil
Nosferatu Perfume Oil
Aroma palette is vinous, earthy, and dark. Highlights include dark patchouli, deep red roses, aged red wine, dirt, tobacco smoke, and fireplace embers.
A rustling of leaves appears before the footfalls as a group of pale vampires emerge from the autumn darkness. They bring with them the aroma of archaic earth, deep red wine, tobacco smoke, and red roses.
This is an earthy, rich, floral, seductive blend. Alluring and dark, it is anchored by patchouli and red roses. The rich aroma of red wine emerges from behind the roses tinged with tobacco and fire. This decadent and lush blend will transport you to another time and place.
This blend is a reformulation of our Nosferatu originally released in 2010. It retains much of the same inspiration and aroma of the original blend, with changes added for depth and longevity.
When I first opened the vial, I was wary of the smell - It wasn't immediately pleasant.
Once applied and worn, however, it is one of my favorite scents by far. The wine stands out first and fades, but the rose scent lingers. It's beautiful <3
I can't recommend this enough. On me it smells mostly of red wine, incense and somehow dark chocolate. That scene in queen of the damned, with the bathtub and the roses, you know the one, that's this scent. It's the epitome of romantic goth in my opinion. My only critique is that it isn't available in an EDP format. I want this to be my go to scent, but the oil just isn't enough to satiate my needs.
Wine and roses, tobacco smoke, fire embers. My absolute favorite blend! Never smelled anything close to this. It's haunting and inviting.
This is an incredibly juicy, lush, dark scent. The fruity wine note is delicately balanced by the smooth, velvety rose. I don't get much patchouli, so if that note puts you off, you could still enjoy this blend. It's luscious and lasts all day. I am continually pleased by the quality and creativity of Black Baccara's oils -- almost every one I try has been a hit.
The first time that I caught a whiff of this, I stopped in my tracks. I wouldn’t begin to try and describe it: all I can say is that it’s otherwordly. Magical, dark, a little dangerous and yet still a tiny bit playful.
I have three BB scent oils that I intend to use until the day I die. Hard to pick a favorite, but this might be it.