Sucreabeille You're in a Cult, Call Your Dad is a part of the house collection collection. Brand description - "Look, you have been through a lot. First your friend Karen is telling you about this wonderful resort out in Florida (it's always Florida) and next thing you know you're in a white robe praying to an Elvis look-a-like. Now you didn't drink the Kool-Aid for too long and you did the right thing: You called your dad. This scent is as close as you can get to being back home after a mind melting experience: warm flannel pajamas, the old tree in your front yard, a cup of steaming black tea, and snickerdoodle cookies - a lot like having tea and cookies at home and never calling Karen again." Notes of flannel, sedona trees, bergamot tea, snickerdoodle cookies.
Sucreabeille perfumes are indie, small batch handmade, vegan and cruelty free.
Indie Scent Library - "This is such a beautifully executed, well-balanced scent. It surprised me that it smells somehow both EXPENSIVE and cozy. I get a fuzzy bergamot, which lends a warm fancy spa-like quality, and it rounds out with the snickerdoodles at the end. This is a testament to Sucreabeille’s exceptional skill in blending."
Reddit - "I get the cookies, flannel, and sedona trees (which a google search reveals are a type of juniper tree!). I’m thinking the note I flagged as ‘warm hay’ is the bergamot tea with the kind of bitterness of the tea blending with the juniper smell. A kind of heavy-lidded southwestern day at sunset sort of smell...I keep returning to this scent. Of all the scents I've tried from Sucreabeille this one is by far and away my favorite. "
Reddit - "Oh, golly gee, this is so frickin' good. My absolute, hand-to-god, favorite scent i've picked up from Suc. Period. Saving the best for last, here.
Starts out with those rich, bright, mouthwatering, buttery, sugary snickerdoodles - but they're not cloying even on their own, though they have the flannel to temper them back as well. And, oh, gosh, that flannel's so good. Nice, fresh, cozy-as-can-be flannel: the flannel of the pajamas you wear on Christmas morning, out in your isolated cabin surrounded by a sunny-but-snowy forest. That kinda cozy."