Death and Floral Two cups of Tea, a Summer Monsoon, and Me and You is rain on cracked soil, wet creosote, a swelling monsoon, desert cedar, black tea. This is very pungent on the open with petrichor, so brace yourself if you don't care for that, but it becomes much more tea-woody if you are patient.
Death and Floral perfumes are indie, small batch handmade, and cruelty free. This is the edp, eau de parfum
Death and Floral Two cups of Tea, a Summer Monsoon, and Me and You Reviews
Reddit - " As I smelled it, it made me think of a thunderstorm in the woods. Somehow metallic. It could be the creostate that made me think of Sucreabeile's Steel Rose. An hour later, it smells like wood. 9/10"
Reddit - "You know how there's always that one freebie you wouldn't normally have picked out, but ends up surprising you? That's this one. This is my first real ozonic scent and it's WONDERFUL. It leans slightly masculine and the cedar and black tea provide a rich, tannic base, rounded out with the sweet earthy scent of petrichor. I couldn't stop huffing my hand!"
Reddit - "5 star scent for me, could be a "signature scent"/daily wear contender. i am a person who lives in the desert, and i have a few huge creosote bushes in my front yard. i LOVE creosote, and it's here, but light - probably a good thing for most, it can be overwhelmingly smoky/harsh sometimes. the cracked soil is there for sure, and dirt is a scent element that is often a little too much for me, personally. not so here! the rainy sweetness and the black tea balance it out...i would say the overall effect is "sweet and clean." i saw another review once refer to it as "liquid silver," and i do not disagree. i am in love with this scent."
Reddit - "Gorgeous petrichor and black tea, tannic but a little bit sweet. I don’t get much cedar. It sticks around for a surprisingly long time and does not change much. I wanted a scent that feels like drinking a cup of tea by a rainy window and I am pretty sure this is it! A keeper for sure."
Indiescent Library - "It reminds me of being in New Mexico right before it rains and you can smell it coming."