Madame Eglantine (The Prioress’ Tale) Perfume Oil


They called her Madame Eglantine. That name means honeysuckle, but it could just as well have been the welcome and lovely name of lilac which sweetens the days of mid-spring with a kiss of incense (for a nun) and a float of citrus. Shy and beautiful.

The Prioress is the head of a convent, and she is first shown to be a rather pretentious woman who then tells her tale of a dead child coming to life and singing in a rather shocking tale of piety.

Type: floral, incense, citrus

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Weight 0.075 lbs

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