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House Novel Collections
You may have heard: Sometimes here at Suc, we get inspired and write novels to go along with our fragrances! You'll find those in the links below, often the stories are too long to comfortably fit in a normal scent catalog. We've included the individual scents with notes on this page, just in case you'd rather stay here!
We here at Suc love two things: True crime and podcasts. The excellent folks at the award winning Bloody Murder have kindly allowed us to license their awesome artwork and provide fans with fun themed sets!
Elixir is that awesome hippy-witchy girl you knew in college who could cure hangovers with her kooky-yet-delicious breakfast smoothies, knew the name of every plant, and gave the best advice on love with her dead-on tarot card readings. She was late to every get-together, yet nobody was ever angry with her, because she always came bearing gifts: a special blend of tea she concocted just for you, or homemade cookies, or a fancy bottle of wine that nobody could pronounce. Elixir is quirky, unexpected, and completely delightful. While she’s definitely related to her sister, Potion, they are very different.
Scent notes: juicy orange blossom, white musk, sugary marshmallow, freshly-picked kumquat, a field of lavender, and a dash of bubbly, sweet champagne.
Potion is Elixir’s older, edgier sister. She’s the bad witch, the one who wears all black, puts her eyeliner on thick, lights her house almost exclusively with candles, dresses as Stevie Nicks for every Halloween, and would rather drink whiskey than any herbal tea blend her sister crafts (no offense, Elixir). She’s a wizard with herbs, however, and brews incredible tinctures and poultices for every type of ailment. She’s always late but nobody ever says anything because they’re afraid of her and reliant on her quick wit and incredible knowledge of seemingly everything. Her library is vast, and she’s never without a book or magazine.
Cream Tea is inspired by our second-favorite caffeinated beverage: a warm mug of creamy, frothy, caffeine-injected tea. A blend of chai tea, burnt sugar, white musk, warm milk, and hot scones slathered with raspberry jam and honey, Cream Tea will make you feel warm, cozy, and secure on cold winter Mondays when you have to get out of bed and go to work and deal with the most awful thing in the world: your coworkers. We’re shuddering just thinking about it. But it's okay; Cream Tea is here to keep you positive when you'd otherwise be screaming internally since Janet can't seem to understand that she doesn't have to Reply All. She’ll never learn, but you'll smell so good, it won't even matter.
Scent notes: Hot milky chai tea, fresh scones slathered with raspberry jam and honey
You've always been the kind of woman who makes men anxious, and you consider that one of your best qualities. Never afraid to speak up, and never willing to back down for the sake of “keeping the peace,” or “acting like a goddamn lady for once, Jesus,” you've been called a lot of names over the years, and those don't phase you either. (We won't list all the names here because a) there's too many, and b) you would think people could be more original or inventing with their insults, like, use your imagination, damn!) What are you exactly? Some may say a femme fatale, killing it in a red dress and lips to match. We’re reclaiming the idea of a Mouthy Broad: the woman who gives no shits, drinks all the whiskey, and smashes the empty bottle on the floor and screams, “Another!” This scent will bring out the Mouthy Broad in anyone, and we think that's a very good thing.
Scent notes: a cloud of cigar smoke, freshly picked roses, a full glass of whiskey
Are you the kind of person who absolutely *needs* their morning cup, or six, of coffee in order to function, otherwise you’re a total space cadet? Have you ever accidentally put in whole beans in your French press upon waking up? Have you ever had to kill somebody for suggesting you have tea or, God forbid, decaf? Then T-Minus Coffee is the scent you need. Think of it as another morning pick-me-up for those days when shots of espresso just don’t cut it. T-Minus Coffee will fly you to the moon.
Scent notes: freshly ground coffee (obviously), spicy black pepper, nutmeg, high octane fuel, vanilla bean, bacon sizzling on the stovetop.
You know what they say: don’t feed the trolls. So what are you to do when you’re out camping in nature, enjoying your life, sitting around the campfire with your friends, and a troll approaches? “Scram, troll!” your friends yell in unison. “Nobody wants you around here!”
You look over at the poor, sniveling troll, mumbling under his breath. He’s clearly cold, and desperate for some human interaction. His long nose is dripping snot; he’s shivering while mumbling about how everyone else is wrong. Rather than getting angry and stooping to his level, you decide to take the high road. “Hey, troll, come over here. Would you like a s’more?”
He stops snivelling, wipes his nose, and looks at you incredulously. “Is this a trick?” he growls.
“No, seriously, come over here. Sit down, have a s’more.”
The rest of your friends are repulsed. “What are you doing? Seriously? He’s a troll!”
You ignore them, and pat the open seat next to you. “Yes, seriously. He’s a troll, but he’s clearly starving and cold. Let him have some food and warm up.”
He begrudgingly walks over and sits next to you. The scent of toasted marshmallows and melted chocolate was too much for him to ignore. You hand him a s’more on a paper plate. He takes it, inhaling the delicious aromas, before taking a tentative bite. Everyone else is silent, watching him. He lets out a small sigh of pleasure before eating the rest of it in one big bite. Everyone laughs, delighted at the show, as the troll happily munches away.
Over the course of the night, and many more s’mores eaten over active conversation, the troll has changed. His nose has shrunk down to a normal size; he’s warmed up; he’s no longer chattering angrily or casting sidelong glances. He looks … well, he looks like a normal person!
Maybe it was the s’more, or the human interaction, or the kindness you bestowed, or a combination of all these things. All that matters, though, is that the troll has become a friend.
Scent notes: melted chocolate, toasted marshmallow, sweet honey graham cracker.
Designed with delightful creepiness in mind (hence the incredible label), this is a bit different from our usual scents. Think of this perfume as, for example, what the little old ladies in Arsenic and Old Lace or maybe a woman in a Hitchcock movie is wearing while murder is happening. Just because you smell delicious doesn’t mean you didn’t kill your cheating husband with a frozen leg of lamb and then served that lamb to the cops who came around looking for him … or does it? It’s always the ones who look the most innocent and smell the best who are secretly the most evil, including the other guests at your formerly fabulous dinner party where bodies just keep piling up.
“Yup, two corpses, everything’s fine.”
Scent notes: Freshly cut jasmine, Egyptian geranium, oud, a lavender field, eucalyptus, a musky attic.
This is, no joke, sex in a bottle. A blend of decadent dark chocolate, sweet honey, and amber, Afterglow is delicious and sexy; the perfect scent to wear on a date, a night out, to that wedding where you know you’ll see your ex with his new lady and you want to remind him of what he's missing even though you'll never go back to that assbutt ever again, or just to the office on days when you want to feel your most confident and remind your male colleagues that you are, in fact, better at your job than they are, dammit. Who can resist someone who smells like a slutty s’more, in the best way possible? Nobody, and that’s the point. If you need to add a little excitement to your life, or just want to smell dirty and decadent at the same time, you need Afterglow. You’ll thank us in the morning.
Scent notes: Rich Dark Chocolate, Warm Honey, Dark Amber
Sea Glass is the perfect beachy, summer scent. It’s a siren, washed ashore, feasting on mangos and coconuts and luring men to their demise. It’s a juicy book read discreetly on your Kindle so nobody knows why, exactly, you’re smiling so devilishly under your sunhat. It’s expensive sunscreen slathered on a lover’s back before they go take a dip in the ocean. It’s the confidence to wear that bathing suit because, yes queen, you DO look amazing.
Of course, summer doesn’t last forever. Spray this on whenever you need to feel sexy or want to pretend that you’re not stuck at your job, discreetly playing Candy Crush on your phone when your boss isn’t looking. Not that we know anything about that.
Scent notes: Juicy mango, ripe yuzu, whipped coconut cream, sea moss, pure honey from the comb, Tahitian vanilla, salty spray.
Are unicorns glittering, majestic, fantastical creatures who emit pure sunshine and poop rainbows? Or, are they death machines capable of murder with just their foreheads? Guess what: they’re BOTH! It’s this combination of innocence and evil that inspired our Death Unicorn scent, which is a perfect balance of sweet and spicy, virtuous and sassy. Fragrant lavender mixed with spicy black pepper; licorice-y anise poured over top of vanilla bean ice cream. It’s a surprising, balanced, decadent blend that will make everyone, including yourself, realize how powerful you are. Because you are powerful. And majestic. And made of pure black glitter which you can blow in people’s eyes when they piss you off.
If you wish that you could be a unicorn purely so you can stab people with your built-in head sabre after stunning them with your beauty, then you need this perfume.
Scent notes: fresh cut lavender, black anise, sweet vanilla bean, black pepper crushed under a unicorn’s horn.
Ah, summertime. Sunshine, warm weather, and spending lots of time outdoors with friends while drinking delicious (alcoholic) beverages.
But wait? What’s that noise? Ah, fuck, mosquito attack! Nothing ruins a fun day out in nature quite like bloodsucking insects, your ex included. Most bug sprays are full of chemicals and smell disgusting, but we’ve come up with a blend of essential oils that have been scientifically tested and proven to repel insects nearly as effectively as commercial chemical sprays, while still smelling good to you, a human.
Get Off Me, Nature! Is a blend of citronella, lemon eucalyptus, galangal (which is nearly as effective as DEET in similar quantities), juniper, and clove, so you’ll actually smell good while repelling mosquitos, beetles, and other unwelcome bug guests. No guarantee on protection from bloodsucking exes, however; you’ll have to take care of that yourself.
Picture it: Saturday morning, your childhood. Your dad and his impressive beard have gotten up early even though he was up late with friends, drinking and partying. He’s acquiesced to your demands for waffles, which he lovingly makes from scratch in the kitchen while drinking a strong pot of coffee. The whole house smells of baked goodness, coffee, maple, and butter. Bliss. That’s exactly what Papa’s Waffles smells like. It’s a delectable, nostalgic scent that’ll immediately transport you back to those happy, scrumptious times. Get it for your dad to thank him for putting up with your 6 AM waffle requests, or get it for yourself to relive those memories now. Or get it because your father didn’t do those things for you and you’re bitter but want to smell delicious anyway.
Scent Notes: Fresh waffles, hot maple syrup, cozy flannel shirt, a whiff of bourbon
All of our designer dupes and scent notes are listed below. They do not have individual links, instead they are all purchased through the same listing with a dropdown menu. Click the word 'Dupes' above to go straight there. All dupes are made with our house label, with the dupe name handwritten on.
1000 Kisses (apricot, mandarin, deep resins)
25:43 (lime, tonka bean, lemongrass, vanilla, ylang ylang and litsea)
29 High Street (lime, sandalwood, tonka, ylang ylang)
Alkmaar (jasmine, vetivert)
All Good Things (booze, candyfloss, and black pepper)
Amandopondo (rose absolute and a citrus twist of lemon and orange oils)
American Cream (vanilla, strawberry, orange, honey, sweet milk)
Angel's Delight (fruit punch)
Avobath (lime, lemongrass)
Bathos (violet, clove)
Big (salt, citrus)
Black Pearl (blackberry, lavender, chamomile, olibanum)
Breath of God (neroli, sandalwood, virginia cedar, incense, amalfi lemon, melon, rose, ylang-ylang, vetiver, grapefruit, black pepper, juniper)
Brightside (tangerine, Sicilian mandarin, bergamot, and gardenia)
Calacas / Calavera / Day of the Dead (lime, orange, neroli, olibanum)
Candy Fluff (pear, sweet notes, cotton candy, vanilla and cherry)