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Sex & Jasmine EDP - Jasmine, Vanilla, Ambergris
All of these scents are lovely, even if not all of them work for me. I will definitely buy from them again!
I really appreciate that you sell perfumes that include herbal notes. The events are rich and varied and none of the sampler set smells candy-level sweet. They're wonderful and when I run out I'll decide which was my favorite and order a full size.
So beautiful and comforting and sexy all at once. For me, it wears with just a hint of carnal...and mostly the glorious marriage of jasmine and sandalwood...I love it so much, I often wear it to bed. Thank you.
Luke was awesome!!!
A friend gave me a little sampler of this perfume a few years ago. I loved it so much, but could never find it anywhere to purchase. But finally, years later, my dream came true. The scent is magical and I will treasure it! (It is now my signature scent).
Choosing a perfume that really fits can take time. I appreciate the time this sampler sets gives me to get acquainted with each scent, to see if the scent works on my skin over the course of a day. So far I’ve already been surprised by which ones I love at the end of the day - and which ones I’d expected to be my favourites may end up being more occasional spritzes. So far I love Sweet Grass (very memory-inducing) and the warmth of Gilded and Eros Fig. They’re all great perfumes. It’s worth sampling to find the right one.
I am absolutely enthralled. These notes balance each other as if they are singing harmonies. The scent wears beautifully, I can’t stop sniffing my wrists. Makes me smile every time.
I first ordered a Sex and Jasmine sample but when I got it the bubble mailer was empty inside, I emailed the libertine cs after and they’re very apologetic and they sent me the sampling program (+ some palo santo incense) for free. The shipping was fast. I think the perfumes are so unique and I think that I can really smell the multiple notes that they have, whereas other perfumes that I’ve tried are too vague. I loved Sex and Jasmine and Sweet Grass but I think that i’m going to order Eros Fig for summer once I get more usage out of the samples. Thank you Josh!
SWEET GRASS Perfume Oil- Hay, Tobacco, Mimosa
Very beautiful and a little melancholy. Makes me think of a warm, isolated forest drenched by the setting sun.
A scent I fell in love with immediately after experiencing the sampler, though usually I am quite grumpy and fussy about choosing a whole bottle of something new!
The longer it's on, the better it gets.
This is a beautiful and honestly addictive fragrance. It is actually quite complex and I experience it differently every time I wear it. I'm trying to make the bottle last, but I keep giving in to temptation. I will definitely wear this scent long into the future.
Love the packaging. Great incense.
Really enjoy this scent. If, like me, you've been rotating through Libertine's different fragrances, I certainly suggest you add this one to the rotation.
I was excited as I prepared to experience each scent for the first time, clean, unencumbered, open to the sensory exposure that each evoked. The entire package, the words inspiring the first lick of anticipation, the warming embrace on the skin, the scents, all envelop the first impressions. The top note as it travels up, breathing in, then burrowing deep into the recesses of my private mind. The development of the middle and bottom notes, lingering, sparking feelings and desires unfettered in their origins. Deciding which scent most encompasses my true self at a given time? Several choices empower me to try a second and a third time to fully reveal their pleasures and accept the experience as a gift, aching for more.
This has been my one and only fragrance for almost 2 years now - I adore how it wears on me but I also love that I am supporting a talented Canadian fragrance artist - highly recommend all their products, and the service is impeccable <3
I really enjoy scents, and I was excited to see a Canadian Brand from my hometown doing Unisex scents. I ordered the Sampler Set with VERY high expectations, and I can say that they were met. I normally wear scents like Cowboy Grass and Amber Kiso, by D.S. and Durga for reference.
Gilded- Spicy, sweet, incense – This was too astringent on me so I gave it to my Roommate A. She liked it, and wears in occasionally. It was also sweeter than anticipated, and it wore more feminine than I imagined.
Fin de Siecle- Rosy, chypre, woody – This one I am still debating whether to buy the larger bottle. I enjoy woodsy scents and it my expectations. Will write a review if I buy the large bottle.
Eros Fig- Sweet, fruity, creamy, fig – True to it’s name, it is very fruit and fig-forward. Despite my misconception, this one was one of my favourites. It was not overly sweet, and was actually a very sexy smell. My other Roommate N actually took this one; she likes it.
Sex & Jasmine- Floral, vanilla, ambergris, jasmine - This was too astringent on me as well, so I gave it to my Roommate A. She loves it. I found it too ‘alcohol” smelling, and it did not have a strong Jasmine scent like I imagined. I expected a strong Jasmine scent, with a muskier, smokier, sexier vibe. Similar to Wisteria Blue by NEST but darker and unisex.
Smoked Bloom- Floral, citrus, smoke, musk – This one took me by surprise, as this scent was not highly anticipated by me. I generally write off scents that say ‘citrus’ because I do not like citrus scents I find them too bright. This was an AMAZING surprise to say the least. It is musky, and smooth, and floral in an almost woodsy way. I bought the big bottle.
Sweet Grass- Herbal, grassy, sweet – I was very excited to see this listed, as “Sweetgrass”. For those who do not know, Sweetgrass, also known as vanillagrass, mannagrass and holy grass, it is well known to many Indigenous people in Canada and the United States as a material for baskets, as well as a scent, medicine and smudge. I am Cree, so I was ecstatice to smell something familiar from my home territory in Alberta, as I live by the coast now and I cannot access my traditional plants here. This smells exactly like sweetgrass, with a little bit more. I bought the big bottle.
Soft Woods- Floral, woody, incense – I almost bought the big bottle for this one as well, but I found that I liked it a lot when the scent settled 3 hours later, not immediately. I like to enjoy my scents from start to finish, so I gave this to my roommate N. It is now her favourite scent and I believe she will buy a bottle soon.
Troubled Spirits- Boozy, woody, rose – This one wore too musk like a vanilla cocktail for me. I gave it to my Roommate A, and this is her favourite. I believe she will buy a bottle soon.
I found all scents to be very wearable. They are not too strong; I have a sensitive nose and eczema prone skin and I did not get a headache nor an eczema breakout. All scents also lingered until the next day with one application on my neck/chest area, and my forearms. I am incredibly happy, my roommates are happy, and this was so worth the money.
When I first smelled this, I wasn’t sure how I felt about it. It’s much more opulent and seductive than any fragrance I’ve ever worn, and I thought it might be a bit much for me. And then I couldn’t get it out of my head. This fragrance captivated me and had me craving it whenever it wasn’t on my skin. It’s the scent I never knew I needed and now can’t live without.
I loved this so much, the only trouble is which one to buy full-size, cause I loved fined siècle and Eros fig, and sex and jasmine
This incense is fantastic! Fills the room with a wonderful luxurious scent.
...one of a kind aroma
An evening in front of the fire with a glass of wine and the scent of Libertine Incense - that is heaven!
It's part of my daily ritual to spritz on this deliciously scented potion.
As someone that works with fragrance, I cannot stress the depth and beauty of this scent enough. Something about it resonates with me to the deepest (darkest) level.
It's sexy, sensuous, mysterious. All the things I want to be and more.
LOVE IT! It’s so musky and sweet. Feels like sensual summer in a bottle.
great love it
This perfume is unique. It's funny because the first time I smelled this scent, I held off... But then the regret set in as soon as I was driving home and the musk of the sample I rolled on had filled up my car. The scent is luxurious and inviting... Almost intoxicating. I find it is niether feminine nor masculine. I ordered it straight away, and besides wearing it out sometimes I roll it on before bed for a little comfort. Would recommend.
As said in other comments, the packaging is beautiful; these samples would make a great and unique gift. I love the Eros Fig perfume; I could wear it every day for the rest of my life. The other perfume that blew my mind is Fin de siècle: very elegant and complex. I am so happy a friend told me about this line of products! Great customer service on top of that.
If Libertine’s fragrance Fin de Siècle is any indication, this house will become a bright star in fragrance night sky in the not too distant future. It isn’t as if there is something revolutionary going on in the ingredients—its ingredients as listed on Libertine’s website are: black currant, rose, patchouli and oakmoss. Fragrantica lists 8 notes, none unusual. But from opening sniff to dry down this one is one of these intoxicatingly fruity, floral, mossy, patch scents that can compete with almost any of the many scents that include these ingredients. I think it is the black currant that helps move it to the higher echelons of the rose heavy fragrances. Since I have just received the bottle early today, I have been trying to find either a useful metaphor or another scent to compare it to. Since many have smelled or tried a sample of Portrait of a Lady, I will invoke it as it has black current, rose, and patchouli. It also has a very long list of other notes. It is much more complex and for some this is what makes it world class. I love both for the overabundance of subtle notes and the high quality of the ingredients. Fin de Siècle is much more in your nose from the get-go. Some might find this both too much and not enough. While its palette may not come close to POAL it still leaves me with a depth of heady and carefully chosen ingredients. It is supposed to invoke the decadence of the time and character of Oscar Wilde and the art for art’s sake era. Provocative, self-assured, paradoxical and brilliantly witty in Oscar, more somber in the likes of Walter Pater. I think this scent is somewhere in between those two, reaching for the art of fragrance while still acknowledging the desire to shock. Sample first, as it is powerful and long-lasting.