Alkemia Feuillemort was created by Sharra Lamoureaux and has notes of dying leaves, smoked autumnal spices, dried grasses and fungi, Tibetan incense, cedarwood, rum soaked agarwood and borneol.
From the brand:
This is the oil. It is also free of parabens, phthalates, PDGs and other unpleasant things. Alkemia is a hand-blended and small batch perfumery using natural essences, ethically rendered accords, and lab-created aroma molecules.
As the Final Page Turns- "This is it, this is the professional autumnal fragrance I have been looking for when I'm not draped in Necromancy from Sixteen92. I feel like an Autumnal Queen when I wear this oil and I love walking onto the floor robed in this special perfume. There is a realistic apple cider note entwined with dark amber that is getting stronger as my vial ages and the dying leaves with cedar grounds all the accords only pulling me deeper into the best time of the year."
Indie Scent Library - "Spicy, slightly boozy, bright autumnal blend. Reminds me of a woodstove burning in late autumn, even though it’s not smoky at all. Sits pretty close to the skin compared to others. This is definitely going to be one of my go-to autumn fragrances (and year-round). It embodies the spirit of the season perfectly."
Etsy - "When you put this on, you can really imagine the leaves have gone yellow and deep brown orange on wet road. The incense really comes through and so do the spices. The cedar isn’t too overwhelming for me. I think this is fairly unisex. Again, Sharra has chosen another amazing thumbnail to represent the scent. Oh, and anything thing, you can really feel the rising incense in swirls."