Firebird Black Cocoa Oil has notes of chocolate, amber and cedar. From the brand - "A dark and mysterious blend of rich chocolate, golden amber, cedar, sandalwood, and a wisp of black coffee. Dramatic, feminine, and not for the faint-of-heart!"
This is the oil, it is a fractionated coconut oil that is light and easily absorbed, nonstaining. It is alcohol free and vegan. Firebird uses mostly natural, but uses some synthetics, all that are not animal tested and skin safe.
Reddit - "Ohhh, this is lovely! This is a non-foody, creamy cocoa-amber blend with a touch of good, strong coffee underneath and a floral-woody note from the sandalwood-cedar combo. It seems to be in a similar wheelhouse to Darling Clandestine’s Circassian but not nearly as murky or strongly floral. This is a really feminine, soft, seductive scent that is hard to stop sniffing!"
Reddit - "Black Cocoa to me, smells like an old wooden coffee shop in the mountains that has been around for 50 years. With a little old man in a rocking chair smoking a pipe on the front porch of the place. You get the soft but not overpowering smell of the wood shop, and some chocolate muffins in the glass case. Then sitting down with a nice cup of coffee, you get fainest smell of vanilla pipe tobacco from the old man on the porch. It's a comforting, warm, yet dark smell."
Reddit - "At first it smells like artificial chocolate, but then it changes into a creamy amber sandalwood chocolate as it sits on my skin and i really enjoy it. 10/10."