Countess Bathory (plum, jasmine, dark patchouli, whipped cream, honey, leather, rosewood)
The Lady Erzsébet (Elizabeth) Báthory of Hungary, known as the Blood Countess, is known as the worlds worst ever female serial killer. In the pursuit of eternal beauty, the Countess Báthory is said to have bathed in
the blood of the 650 servant girls. Rumors that she also drank their blood contributed to the legends of her being a vampire. Upon her arrest, she was condemned to life imprisonment and walled up in a tower of her castle. The fragrance "Countess Bathory" is a nod to the Countess and the dark side of vanity and the relentless pursuit of eternal beauty.
Fragrance - Sweet notes of cream and honey, essential elements of ancient beauty treatments, are laced with notes of dark patchouli, black leather, and rosewood lending a darker element to pure notes of sweetness. The whisper of an ornate red velvet dress, alluring red flowers and soothing jasmine, create a dangerous combination when framed against the bold notes of dark, ripe juicy plum. She's beauty. She's grace. She's dangerous.
Key Notes - Dark plum, Red velvet, Delicate red flowers, Whipped Cream, Soft leather, Jasmine, Patchouli, Rosewood, Vanilla
This fragrance is Feminine.