Beatrice Perfume Oil


La gloriosa donna della mia mente.

The glorious lady of my mind.

Beatrice appears very slightly in The Inferno. She was a real woman (Beatrice Portinari) whom Dante met in his life and fell madly in love with. She died when she was only twenty-four. In the Inferno, she is his guide and inspiration through the gloom of Perdition. Her fragrance reflects the simple marvel of true beauty in heart and soul. The Silver base combines with five of the most beautiful musks* which Possets produces. This is soft but long lasting, subtle but wraps itself around your mind. There is nothing stirring, jolting, or vulgar about Beatrice. It is a hypnotic sort of a blend. *Skin musk, 2 white musks, "Crystalline" musk,and a grey musk.


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Weight 0.0625 lbs

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1 review for Beatrice Perfume Oil

  1. Melissa

    For those of you familiar with Possets Silver base, I swear that I can smell it in this blend. This oil wears close to the skin but has good longevity. This is a very clean and comforting scent to me. I feel that this is “work appropriate” for sure. This musky blend has a creamy waxy note to it. The musks are totally non-offensive in this blend. Sometimes musk(s) can be very sharp and animalic on me but that’s not the case with this beauty. Another oil that can be worn year-round no problem.

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