Death and Floral Jo March

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Death and Floral Jo March is scribbles of pen ink, leather bound books, the scent of a crackling fire on a restless night, warm mature amber.

Death and Floral perfumes are indie, small batch handmade, and cruelty free. This is a perfume oil.

Death and Floral Jo March Reviews

Reddit - " This scent is everything I wanted and more. I get old paper, the kind that almost has a dry vanilla edge. I think there may be an actual dry vanilla note in this, but its seamlessly blended in with the other notes in a way that is truly intoxicating. I love a good leather, and this one is perfectly soft and not animalic. All together it actually reminds me of the old bibles in churches when I was a kid. It's been a long time since I've been around that scent and it's quite lovely."

Reddit - "Ohhh man, that ink! I’m always hesitantly hopeful when leather is involved, but the ink is the dominant note as soon as I sniff this, positively gushing out of the bottle, and I am pumped. It’s so hard to describe that smell. It’s like a really calm, cool, and collected version of motor oil. There’s a muted metallic feel to it and I’m completely into the idea of smelling like this. It stays fully present on my skin too, which is just magnificent. I get more leather on application, but it’s nicely smoothed like a well-worn jacket. There is a sense of warmth to the whole thing, though I don’t get any thick, liquid, resiny amber from it. It’s playing a supporting role, adding depth to the ink and leather without popping out on its own. The longer it sits on skin, the more the leather melds into my natural skin musk and it’s absolutely delightful. I… really like this! Am I in love though? I’m not sure. I could see myself falling though. After some resting, it’s still divinely ink-forward (yay!!!). The aged, warm leather is still there backing it up. Both notes are deeper and richer though, and I am in heaven. Yeah, I’m crushing on this one hard now."

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