Turkish Coffee, a Cardamom and Coffee Eau de Parfum
The fourth in the line of ensorcelled fragrances. Spicy, sexy top notes of cardamom, with a warm and familiar heart note of coffee and a gourmand, rich and delicious base note. .33 oz of natural fragrance magic. I only use essential oils as my fragrance base - no aldehydes.
For power, strength, abundance, solar plexus chakra opening. Coffee infuses your intentions with stamina, and cardamom is used as a spicy aphrodisiac, as well as to relax you and clarify the mind. It can bring eloquence when needed. Grounding, relaxing, and energizing all at once.
.33 oz. glass bottle. The bottle is reusable, too!
" I absolutely love the layers of scent in Turkish Coffee. Cardamom is my favorite spice and is rarely used, let alone known. It instantly became a favorite and I wear it often. Amy masterfully blends rich earthy tones with hints and pops of delicious complimentary scents, creating a delightful sensual experience for the wearer." ~Amber Hunt, customer
"I am in love with the Turkish Coffee, the notes are beautifully balanced, I love the fresh smelling cardamom mixed with the smooth, bold layers of coffee. A magical, delicious experience indeed!" ~Meggan Shepard, customer
"Turkish Coffee: This one is deceptive... you expect to be hit with the scent of your favorite local spot. Instead this fragrance instantly takes you around the world. You are instantly transported to the night spice market. The cardamom really shines in this one and it’s a scent that is unique and exotic. This is a favorite book read in the market square cafe, with the local coffee gently steaming, as the desert cools down and the sand dances by. Nearby, a vendor examines the latest shipment of spices, just freshly arrived. This scent is new experiences, and old companions along for the adventure, a modern scent rife with ancient mystery. Once upon the skin, it takes you on this journey and creates a beautiful scent that is truly unique, dark and mysterious in this world of bright lights and comfortable familiars. This is not for the faint of heart." ~Tiffany Fleckenstein, customer