The White Crow (The Manciple’s Tale) Perfume Oil
$20.00 – $85.00
The story of how the crow used to be white and it was turned black.
All the whitest of sweet fragrances blended together to be a clever conjure. A white leaf sage (more like Tuscan herbal accompaniment) goes together with lambs' ear (again a white leafed desert plant), mixed up with a cascade of distant white flowers from the Eastern woodland, and a drop of white tea. A beautiful concoction, just right for spring and for spring seduction by wit.
A Manciple is a buyer for an academic institution or a monastery.
Type: herbal, woody, tea
Hannah Woodlan (verified owner) –
This was a surprising hit for me. Normally stuff with sage leaves me smelling a little stale or like an old dish rag, but I love this at every stage: wet, dry, and the next day when I can smell it on the collar of my shirt. It starts off good and gets better. It’s refreshing, and I’m so glad I picked this because very few things work for me.