This is the fragrance of Lilith, the original Eve and former wife of the Devil in Sheila Eggenberger's novel Quantum Demonology. It is floral and fruity in a green, slightly sinister way, more sharp-edged and intimidating than soft, sweet, or cuddly. It is the enthralling scent of a woman with perfect confidence in her powers, a swirling, almost chameleon-like veil of fragrance that is ethereal and nearly transparent, but still vividly and unquestionably present and compelling. The base includes woody notes, cashmeran, musk, and patchouli; the heart features passion-fruit, angel’s trumpet, lily-of-the-valley, geranium, cyclamen, and a tiny hint of rose. To provide the special Lilith touch, the top notes are anchored by davana and kewda, topped off with a generous helping of kaffir lime leaf. This is the fragrance of a female warrior who not only fights and wins, but seduces everyone in her path.
Notes: kaffir lime leaf, davana, kewda, passion fruit, angel's trumpet, lily of the valley, geranium, cyclamen, rose, woody notes, cashmeran, musk, patchouli