Strange Fire & Fumery May Queen

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume…


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.


May Queen is a dizzying dance around the Maypole. In the beginning, you're taken in by the vivid florals and greens of a flower crown, but as the dance intensifies, other exotic notes emerge: laced mead and an iridescent blend of musks. This fragrance is disorienting and euphoric - a wild green floral with the heady aroma of youth. May Queen has notes of geraniums, daisies, meadow greens, vetiver, mead and a unique blend of red and blue musks. Based on the movie Midsommar.

Strange Fire & Fumery perfumes are indie, small batch handmade. This is a perfume oil.


Reddit: I love Midsommar so I’m expecting this fragrance to DELIVER. In the bottle: Daisies and mead. Nice. Wet: Geranium is definitely taking the lead. Very green. The mead is a REALLY nice note to have in the background. Oddly reminds me of a clover patch in bloom. Dry: I’ve lost the mead note, sadly. The florals have balanced out, and I think gone (a tiny bit) powdery, but overall this still smells light and green. I believe I am finally picking up on the musks. They’re very unique, and make me want to keep sniffing this to try and figure it out. I can’t quite place what I’m smelling. I like this to sniff, because it’s puzzling. 5/10 for me personally (It’d be 9/10 if the mead stuck around), but don’t let me discourage you. If you like “weird” or unique florals, you’d probably enjoy this one. It’s very different.