The Grotesquerie Collection: Monsters and Marvels
The red-eyed Irish fairy who wails of death's approach.
A delicate blend of dark vanilla and sugared milk is spiked with woodsmoke, pale apple, porter, and glowing red musk.
A terrifying French bogeyman who waits under the bed, ready to grab any child who refuses to sleep.
Chocolate absolute, gooey marshmallow, vanilla bean, peru balsam, and a hint of clove bud.
This Manx water horse nicely offers rides, then drags his victims under the waves forever.
Astringent black tea, oats, ginger, sea water, and bee pollen.
A zingy scent for the mischievous prankster wood sprites of Okinawa.
Grapefruit, yuzu fruit, rice milk, rice wine, massoia bark, lemongrass, and banyan.
This ghastly creature is said to live in the Gobi Desert, where the merest touch from it means instant death.
Barren sand dunes, cardamom, sandalwood, yellow silk, cinnamon, powdered ginger, and mare's milk accord.
The Chinook version of Bigfoot.
A Northwest blend of fir needle oil, juniper, hemlock, rain, tiny wildflowers, strawberries, and a pinch of cool earth.
The eldest of the three terrible Gorgons, Sthenno was also the fiercest and most dangerous.
Rich amber resin, whiskey, tobacco, coconut meat, and white musk.
Unwelcome even in Hell, these Romanian super vampires are disproportionately likely to be redheads.
Black rose petals and violets with dragonsblood resin and kush.
Suvannamaccha: The essence of a Thai mermaid: golden jasmine, coconut, pearl musk, skin musk, and a drop of hyssop.