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All Hallows Bazaar: Sucreabeille Fall 2020 Collection

It’s September and it’s still 80 degrees out but it doesn’t matter because IT’S SPOOKY SEASON, YA’LL! And I want to welcome you to the very first stall in the All Hallows Baaar, an event that runs from now until Halloween. If you don’t know what the bazaar is, you can what our promo video HERE. If you know, then I know you’re here for the good and those good are…GOOD! We are big fans of the indie perfume company Sucreabeille. We have worked with them for about a year now and they just released a chunk of their Fall/Halloween perfume lines. Come shop with me at the All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille stall.

A huge thank you to Andrea for sending these over to sample for the All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille stall and do my best to describe for you. The purpose of the video is to better explain how the scent profiles come together. Each scent will be linked, so if there is a particular one you want to try, scroll down and click its name where the link resides!

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What says the Autumn season and the beginning of the best time of year better than pie and I’m not talking your rinky dink summer Key Lime pie, oh no. I mean the REAL stuff like pumpkin, pecan and apple. If you the essence of those sweet, sweet treats in your life, then look no further than the All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille premier of the Fall Pie Collection! I questioned how different could all of these pie fragrances be? In my head, they would smell pretty much all the same and boy, was I wrong.

Fall Pie Collection

Pecan Pie: This perfume smells so nutty and it’s incredible. With notes of candied pecans, pie crust and cinnamon, you can truly smell the buttery flakiness of a fresh pecan pie. The balance is out of this world, makes me wish I didn’t have a nut allergy and could actually indulge in the forbidden dessert.

Apple Pie: You’re either a pumpkin pie person or an apple pie person. Me? I like them both. While you do smell that same butter crust in this perfume, you are hit with sweet apple and cinnamon notes that make it so delicious. I wish the apple had more of a bite since it can get a little sweet but if sweet apple is your jam, you are going to adore this.

Pumpkin Pie: Now this is the business. Nothing say Fall better than a fresh baked pumpkin pie. Since both the pecan and apple pie scents have flaky crust and cinnamon, I wondered what could Pumpkin Pie have to offer that was special. The answer is nutmeg, baby! This scent has creamy pumpkin (which comes in its own fragrance), the flaky crust and nutmeg making it really spicy. To me, it smells like clove or allspice and it reminds me of my grandma’s pantry when she would make fresh pies growing up. There are good memories in this scent.

Let’s exit the spice cabinet and head into HOCUS POCUS.

The Hocus Pocus Collection

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Dead Man’s Toe: “Dead Man’s Toe and make it a fresh one!” I am probably one of the biggest fans of Hocus Pocus that ever was. I have seen the move more times than I can count and it has been a staple film in my house not just at Halloween, but all year round. I am very excited for a Hocus Pocus series to add to the Sucreabeille Fall collection, but I will admit that this one isn’t my personal favorite. It smells of musk and white chocolate and that’s where they lost me. Of all the chocolates, white chocolate is the one I avoid the most but if you are a fan of the confection, than this may be your cup of tea.

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I Put A Spell on You: I can kind of imagine Winnifred Sanderson smelling kind of like this, but I would change just one thing. Two scent profiles fight for dominance in this perfume: elderberry and honey. I love elderberry but the smell of honey is akin to the light smell of urine or spit in my opinion. I know…it’s weird but I am not a big honey fan because of that. Thankfully, the honey notes lose and the berry takes over. This perfume has notes of red musk, elderberry, cloves, myrrh, clary sage, gunpowder and honey. What is left is a sweet and incense-like scent profile that reminds me of the oil rings people used to put around their light bulbs in the 90’s. Stupid dangerous, I know, but it was the 90’s.

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Black Flame: “I thought thou would never come sisters. Twas I who brought you back.” The Black Flame Candle is just as iconic as the Sanderson Sister’s themselves. This perfume smells just as I imagined it. It is dark and heavy, just like the candle’s flame. It has notes of absinthe, whiskey, pistachio, green tea, oakwood and Egyptian musk. The absinthe gives it a licorice undertone while the musk makes it weighty. I don’t smell any nutty notes but I’m not really complaining. This is a beautiful cold-weather perfume.

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Hocus Pocus: I will admit that this perfume doesn’t smell like it belongs in the Sucreabeille Fall collection as the violets in the profile really stand strong. Don’t get me wrong, the perfume smells beautiful and I love the sweet floral smell that violets have but this definitely smells more on the Spring side. You will notice notes of wormwood, bitter almond, violets, figs, nicotina and sparkling aldehyde.

Come Little Children: “I’ll take thee away, into a land of enchantment.” I almost expected this one to smell like sweet candies and confections and I was partly right. There is a powdery sweetness that hits the nose first, but there is something dark underneath that only comes out when it’s on the skin and it’s already too late. This perfume as notes of a basket of kittens (I don’t know what that means, honestly), candy corn, butterscotch and black musks bring up the rear. This is another really great cold-weather scent.

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“Thank you for being a friend. Traveled down the road and back again. You’re heart is true, you’re a pal and a confidante.” I love the Golden Girls and I am pretty sure that you do too. Don’t lie to me and say that you haven’t determined which golden girl represents you and your friends. I am a Sophia. Let us know who you are in the comments!

The Golden Girls Collection

Sophia: The tiny Sicilian represents my personality the best and I couldn’t wait to see how she smells. With notes of sugared vanilla, tonka, blood oranges, bitter accord, sandalwood and white musk. It has a very classic and mature perfume scent, especially due to the bite of the blood oranges. The bitter notes calm a lot on the skin leaving a warm floral.

Dorothy: I loved Bea Arthur’s gruff humor on Golden Girls. I think that was just her personality because she had it in her cameo in History of the World Part I, too. Dorothy had more one-liners than Freddy Kreuger. Her scent smells of rosewood, amber, cedarwood, cybress, blackberry, sage, scotch whiskey, Egyptian musk and black tea. This. Smells. Amazing. This smells like a high end perfume. It smells dark and herbal initially but then the blackberry jumps forward and sweetens everything up leaving a yummy, mature but not old, fragrance. Love this one.

Blanche: I was never a huge fan of Blanche. I loved Sophia’s curmudgeon nature, Dorothy’s attitude and Rose’s simple nature. Blanche never stood out to me as much as the others but her perfume will smack you in the face. I will be honest and say that I didn’t like this one…in the bottle. I am not a big fan of the smell of chocolate as body care and chocolate is the first thing that jumps at you BUT, if you put this on, the chocolate disappears leaving behind a powdery floral that the chocolate just deepens. I am actually very impressed by this one with notes of amber, lilac, dark chocolate, magnolia and orchids. Damn, Sucreabeille, you got me.

Rose: Last but not least in the All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille preview of The Golden Girls Collection is the sweet Rose. I adore Betty White and she must be protected at all costs. Can someone please figure out a way to eternal life so we can keep her forever? Rose has notes of white rose, peonies, plums, apples, white musk and dragon’s blood. The rose shines through at first but the dragon’s blood brings up the rear making it darker and more herbal than it starts. This stays pretty heavy compared to the others and lasts a long time.

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Caffeine Poisoning: This is one of the Sucreabeille house fragrances. Fall time is my favorite time for coffee and tea and some days I think I get a little closer to caffeine poisoning than I want. This was made for someone who steeps their tea with coffee. It has notes of strong black tea, espresso, mocha, coffee absolute, cassia and black oud. This is VERY dark and VERY intense. Coffee is another one that I have trouble with in a body fragrance but it’s so weirdly hidden! The oud really rounds it out making it a nice fragrance that kinda smells a little like canned tomato soup to me but not in a bad way…

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Cucumber Melon Bitch: Okay, while this isn’t TECHNICALLY Halloween and it was a part of the Summer collection. It was sent to me as a goody but if you like the smell of cucumber melon, if it comes back next Summer, GET IT!!

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Avant Garde: This perfume isn’t for the faint of heart. Perfume isn’t just smelling like flowers or fruit, it’s about evoking a mood or a story. Some perfumes don’t even always start out pleasant but they turn into something layered and deep with pieces to peel back and uncover more and more. This is one of those scents. In the bottle, this smells like you walked into a tire shop. It smells like chemicals. After it is put on the skin, that abrasive smell disappears leaving a heavy and dark fragrance that drifts sweet and smoky in the air. It has metallic notes and notes of exhaust and hot concrete¬† but there is also amber, black tea and copal resins. This is for the experienced perfume lover and it is a wild ride but worth it in the end.

That is all for the amazing All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille stall! What an awesome and varied Fall collection. If you would like to shop more Sucreabeille than the All Hallows Bazaar Sucreabeille showcase, you can do so HERE! Don’t forget to check back into the marketplace for more stalls being added all Halloween season long!

Head to the next stall HERE.

Check out the previous stall HERE.

 

About Dev Crowley

D.D. Crowley has been writing since she could scrawl misspelled words on paper to make a story. Thankfully her writing has improved. An avid horror, paranormal, sci-fi and video game lover, she gets to write about all her favorite nerdy fandoms. Some of her favorites are found footage movies, the original 'Halloween' and 'Resident Evil' (the games not the movies, don't ever ask her about the movies... you have been warned).

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