Master scent catalog

Every fragrance we currently offer with scent notes and links to products.

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Halloween Monsters



Scent Notes: An ancient, ethereal library lit by gaslight and glowing incense, frankincense and bay laurel, the simple cotton winding sheet of the dearly departed, swirls of vanilla and coal dust, old crumpled magazines; vanilla bean; coal dust; freshly-washed crisp cotton; bay laurel; ancient, smoky incense; frankincense.  


Scent Notes: Burnt sugar; baby powder; nag champa; real ylang ylang; a perfect sunflower; palmarosa; fresh figs; a moonlit night; decadent pomegranate; metallic copper; white musk.


Scent Notes: Crisp sea salt; tobacco leaf; burnt sugar; freshly poured pavement; carrot seed. (This is a challenging blend, with a few sour/unpleasant notes at first that dissipate to a strange, delightful blend of sweet and salty with a touch of rot. Not for the faint of heart!)


Scent Notes: Oud wood, pipe tobacco, real vanilla, sandalwood, freshly cracked black pepper, finely grated ginger root.

Scent Notes: A bubbling concoction of thick, resinous elimi brewed in a cauldron in the stone cellars of an old, forgotten manor house. Candles light the walls and have dripped for hundreds of years. Cardamom and sweet oud, and an unexpected touch of bright sassafras.



Scent notes: Murky deep ocean water, fresh sea moss, rich amber, metal.


Scent notes: A farm in the fall, complete with hay rides for the whole family. A mossy bonfire crackles in the distance, where people are gathered around, eating sweet pumpkin cookies.

The Alchemist Collection


Scent notes: Swirls of pipe tobacco around a plate of nutty toffee and caramels. A pile of old books and a touch of nag champa. Candle wax dripping from the sconce by the wingback leather chair, and cheerful labdanum wafting through the open window.


Scent notes: Sweet pumpkin souffle dotted with marshmallows and drizzled with buttery maple syrup. Tuberose wafts through the open front door.


Scent notes: Fizzing key limes topped with coconut cream, served on a black linen tablecloth.


Scent Notes: Oakmoss and labdanum grows on the ancient stone walls of a legendary library. The last peach blossoms blow through the air as autumn sets in, and the last meyer lemon hangs from the tree. Rows and piles of ancient tomes sit, waiting, while students read by the light of carefully protected wax candles.

Scent Notes: A rich, decadent gourmand of double salted caramel, marzipan, and coumarin, with a dash of old teakwood.



Scent notes: Rich lavender honeycomb is at the heart of this fragrance, with hints of elderberry, oud wood, clove, and patchouli.


Scent notes: Smoky palo santo, mysterious absinthe with bright drops of bergamot and oranges, Atlas cedar, sweet fennel, bitter accord.


Scent notes: Bright, gleaming metals shine against a familiar background of oranges, cloves, and cinnamon.



Scent notes: Chocolate peppermint fudge and a fizz of late autumn figs.


Scent notes: A green, leafy concoction of galbanum, anise, peppermint, white thyme, with a grounding base of tobacco.


Scent Notes: Rain beats on old, weathered cobblestones. A cup of your favorite hot mocha steams next to a bowl of black cherries and black currants. A sprig of wormwood sits, waiting.

Scent Notes: Pumpkin spice incense, bright pink peppercorns, an early dusting of snow.



The Black Flame Collection



Scent Notes: Absinthe and whiskey, pistachio green tea, oakwood and Egyptian musk.


Scent Notes: A basket of kittens, candy corn, butterscotch to lure the children. Animalic and black musks hint at something sinister underneath...


Scent Notes: White Chocolate, animalic musk, camphor.


Scent Notes: Wormwood, bitter almond, figs, violets, nicotina, sparkling aldehyde.


Scent Notes: Red musk and elderberry, cloves, myrrh, and clary sage, gunpowder soaked in honey.


Fallpocalypse Collection



Scent notes: Pumpkin spice is the star of this sexy scent, in combination with some spicy chai tea. Burnt sugar, like marshmallows roasted on a campfire, and a bit of that campfire’s smoke, to boot. Because it’s the apocalypse and the world is burning, there’s a quick hit of tar when it’s first applied; but that fades into the delicately sexy, sweet, and spicy blend of pumpkin, chai, smoke, and burnt sugar. Everyone’s gonna want a bite out of you.


Scent Notes: Hot apple cider with a generous splash of Kentucky Bourbon, honeyed cloves, dalmation sage, and a touch of cinnamon


Scent notes: warm snickerdoodle cookies dipped in buttercream frosting, campfire wood smoke, crisp red apple, Indian sandalwood, a freshly poured oatmeal stout, orange spiced chai tea.


Scent notes: Blood oranges soaked in rich spices with a tinge of metallic blood


Scent Notes: A pile of burning maple leaves in a sun warmed meadow at dusk


Blood Drunk Collection


Scent notes: Cozy warm blankets, cloves, butter cookies, blood accord


Scent notes: Juicy red fruit: pomegranate, apple, black cherry. Dark rum, dragon's blood and cherry tobacco. A hint of blood accord


Scent notes: Red lipstick accord, animalic musk, guiac wood, blood accord


Scent Notes: A spicy, beguiling blend of Egyptian musk, elemi, cassia, myrrh, cardamom, and bitter accord. And blood.


Scent Notes: Dark, rich cherry and rosewoods, osmanthus, fresh blood.


The Pie Collection


Scent notes: Crisp fall apples, flaky crust, and a dusting of cinnamon


Scent notes: Creamy banana cream pie in a freshly baked crust


Scent notes: Crunchy candied pecans, pie crust and cinnamon


Scent Notes: Creamy pumpkin, fresh pie crust, nutmeg dusting


The Antiquarian Collection


Scent notes: sumptuous leather, old yellowed books, pipe tobacco, soft sandalwood, white musk.


Scent Notes: Swirls of absinthe and pipe tobacco, a drop of peppermint, base of warm amber and white musk and a light feminine touch of Egyptian geranium


Scent Notes: Spiced vanilla and amber meld with warm honeycomb. A midnight bloom of black jasmine dances with a whisper of dark palo santo


Scent notes: The metallic, exciting swirl of a downtown city, with wisps of exhaust and hot concrete. Hot black tea and white amber bring a touch of old world class, and copal resin deepens


Scent notes: A dark 'n stormy cocktail with a dash of mint in a copper mug, a worn leather scabbard, on an old wooden ship with the salty ocean misting all around

The Shadow Witch Collection


Scent Notes: A black, mossy, wet bog, dripping with fungi. Subtle brushes of artemisia, Atlas cedar, carrot seed, and labdanum. A hint of animalic musk.


Scent Notes: Freshly cut magnolias and moonflowers play with nutmeg cream.


Scent Notes: A bucket of half-eaten candy resting on a table in a craft room full of bits of paper and leather. Balls of warm wool yarn and the sharp spice of ginger, while glowing white amber light streams through the window. A mug of forgotten spicy hot chocolate cools on the windowsill.


Scent Notes: A gorgeous blend of pistachio and frangipani with a handful of candy play off sinister undertones of smoking hot tar, dirt, and blood.


Scent Notes: A single glowing ember radiating heat. Juniper, sweet benzoin resin, and a tiny drop of spicy camphor. A single wisp of smoke.


Scent Notes: Late summer peaches and grapefruit fizz and shine against a backdrop of Fall leaves in a rosewood forest.


Scent Notes: A well-guarded fortress atop an icy mountain. A rich, frothy vanilla drink laced with peppermint, fennel, and cardamom. Torches smoke, incense burns.


Scent Notes: Guiac and cedarwoods, oleander, osmanthus, coriander, a smudge of dirt and drop of blood. Oakmoss, red currants, red and black musks.


Scent Notes: A spicy Eastern-inspired fragrance. Osmanthus, ginger lily and orris play against spices and sandalwood.

Summer fruit tree collection of fragrances

Summer Fruit Trees


Scent Notes: Fresh acai berries covered in rich, dark chocolate. Fresh, cold rice milk and crisp white musk


Scent Notes: Fresh, tangy apricots, fizzing bubbles, a dash of herbal sage


Scent Notes: Creamy coconut, swirls of black musk and vanilla, fresh green petitgrain, island beach grasses, and a hint of ocean breeze


Scent Notes: Warm late summer figs offered on a platter with warm honeycomb, almonds, coumarin, and sips of red wine. Healthy. This is healthy.


Scent Notes: Fizzing fresh green limes, wild labadanum and tonka with champagne bubbles


Scent notes: Mangoes with fresh green galbanum and bright pink peppercorns. A whisper of cardamom and sea salt, served under black linen canopies


Scent Notes: nectarines in a cool, still pool of water, crisp rice milk


Scent Notes: Hot, crisp pear tart drizzled with caramel. Drowned in heavy cream spiced with cardamom, cinnamon, and a touch of vanilla

Scent Notes: Passionfruit, bright green tomato leaf, frangipani blooms and a pinch of heliotrope flower



Scent Notes: Sun-warmed summer peaches, a hint of summer rainstorms and the smell of lush, green, growing things. Ice cold fizzy drinks and tonka bean


Scent notes: Ruby red pomegranate seeds over vanilla ice cream

Cunning Minx fragrance

Mouthy Broad Collection

Scent notes: fresh peppermint, chamomile, cognac essential oil, spicy ginger, Egyptian musk, and fennel.

Scent notes: Black sheets in a mess in the late afternoon sun. A cup of steaming tea from Tibet with milk and a dash of wormwood, you minx. Pink peppercorn and Egyptian musk because you’re classic like that.

Scent notes: a cloud of cigar smoke, freshly picked roses, a full glass of whiskey.

The Awkward Bandits

Scent notes: Oakmoss, African musk, bergamot and yuzu, grapefruit and white florals




Scent Notes: A tart lemon meringue with a touch of vanilla. And gunpower. Because of course.


Scent notes: sweet salted caramel, almond, a freshly opened jar of pure Canadian maple butter, coconut milk.


Scent notes: Spiced incense in the hot desert, a drop of ylang ylang


Scent notes: A very-not mainstream blend of peonies and chai. Ginger, honey, and white musk make something delicious and... You probably haven't heard of them.


Scent notes: a spiky, juicy pineapple, a sprig of cilantro, freshly squeezed lime juice, passionfruit, mango. Think of the fanciest frozen daiquiri at your local hipster bar; that’s exactly what this blend smells like. 

The Office collection of fragrances

The Office Collection


Scent notes: A super rich German chocolate cake


Scent notes: the musk of a real black bear that you fought with your own bare hands; fresh peach blossom (which is not as great as an Awesome Blossom, but does smell much better); honeycomb stolen straight from the mouths of the bumblebees (your apiarist owed you a favor); bubbles on a fresh glass of sparkling water, which ping about the glass like the laser guns wielded on the Battlestar Galactica. Glorious.


Scent notes: a glass of homemade lemonade on a hot afternoon (because your parents gave you money to start a stand, and now, surplus!); peppermint (straight out of the best ice cream flavor); a freshly picked yuzu (it’s a Japanese fruit, did you know that?); pomegranate (who discovered this fruit, right? What is the deal with pomegranate?)

Scent notes: a proper English garden full of roses and sweet pea on a warm summer afternoon, because you are a lady; sweet vanilla bean because dessert is the best meal of the day; a secret blend of exotic spices because you’re the spiciest person in the office; supple leather because you wear it as part of your girl group, Subtle Sexuality; a hint of gasoline because everyone knows you’re a little bit crazy and would absolutely go full-on Waiting to Exhale if need be.



Scent notes: A glass of whisky paired with a glass of bay rum aftershave with just a hint of lime squeezed in (because alcohol is an aphrodisiac, and nothing is better than mixing liquor and accidental aftershave to really get the party started); the best Pretzel Day toppings: chocolate chips and toffee nuts. And cocoa absolut.


Scent notes: Cinnamon. Cinnamon doughnuts. Yum. 

The Game of Thrones-inspired set of fragrances

Frozen embers: our game of thrones inspired collection


Scent Notes: newly cut grass on a hot summer day; smoky white musk; sweet Meyer lemon; real ginger; white tea; a fresh-picked Valencia orange.


Scent notes: Ocean air, lemon and lime, thunderstorms, gloomy, rainy afternoons, tears


Scent notes: Ancient incense burnt in a tomb of darkness; the blood of a hundred dragons; Bay Laurel; pure, raw honey.


Scent notes: Fresh orange, spicy cinnamon, white musk, and freshly ground nutmeg.

Scent notes: Champagne, peaches, cotton sheets, rose, pomegranate, sage, neroli



Scent notes: Sweet vanilla, smoke from the village you just burnt to the ground, decadent leather.


Scent notes: Amber, a pint of oatmeal stout, pure golden honey


Scent notes: Rich, fluffy buttercream frosting, real vanilla, pure lemon


Scent notes: Lemon, fresh lemon verbena, fancy dark chocolate


Scent notes: Vanilla, juicy green fig, freshly tanned leather

The Witches - a collection of fragrances

The Solar Witch Collection

The witches have arrived! No matter what type of witch you identify with (or which witches), we think you’ll love the whole coven and their individual stories.


Fresh air, sweet limes, lychees and hay with a deep sassafras base


Scent Notes: Two vanillas, chai tea, sticky benzoin resin, white amber, and many, many old books


Scent Notes: Burning leaves, gunpowder, leather, cardamom, clove


Scent Notes: Rosewood, guiac wood, and mahogany form the rich heart. Labdanum, hyssop, and a mossy forest floor meld with a drop of animalistic musk

Scent Notes: Bright stone fruits, petrichor and fresh turned garden soil, atlas cedarwood, daisies, and galbanum



Scent Notes: Fresh baking black bread with honey and butter, dalmation sage, white thyme, rosemary


Scent Notes: Rich vanilla and tonka, Indian sandalwood and black oud, a drop of patchouli


Scent Notes: Red and white musks, hay accord, pumpkins, blood oranges, burning leaves, white amber


Scent Notes: A truly rare blend of mosswater, copal resin, ylang ylang, and black musk

House Novel Collection

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!


“Neverwas.” What did that mean, exactly? Mandy’s brain had gone completely blank, her body felt numb. The twins were still running around, shrieking, without a care in the world. She knew they were smart, but like, couldn’t they understand this was not a time for playing and screaming? Their mother was missing somewhere, leaving behind only a cryptic note. She’d seen a weird, robotic version of her father that was also definitely not her father. Her brain felt scrambled, which made sense, because she had just traveled through space and time and was immediately thrown into trying to solve this mystery of her missing mother. Her eyes were dry from already crying; her throat hurt from screaming; all she wanted to do was go to sleep and wake up and realize this had all been a horrible dream.... Continue reading here.

Scent Notes: A bright guava mousse


“You’ll never catch me!” Mandy yelled, sprinting through the field. The long blades of grass brushed up to her thighs, encouraging her to run faster, go further. She saw the cliff in the distance; she knew she could climb up to safety. She could feel them gaining on her. Faster, harder, her brain yelled at her as she scrambled up the rock on all fours. “Get the girl!” they were yelling, closing in faster, shortening the chasm between them. She scrambled up the rocks, pulling herself up one hand at a time, willing herself to keep going up. After what felt like hours, she finally reached the top, and stopped for one second to catch her breath. She could hear them scrambling, tripping over each other in their frantic race to catch her. Mandy looked down, took a deep breath, and ran off the edge just as they reached the top of the cliff. She screamed as her body hurtled through the air; she was soaring, flying, untouchable, into the vast open expanse…. Continue reading here.

Scent Notes: A cloud of frothy, creamy grapefruit souffle



Well what have we here? A seeker, searching for answers, hoping to find what they’re looking for in this side alley; drawn in by the scents wafting from the caravan, and my calling to the open air: “Come one, come all! Are you in the market for cures to your ailments? Do you need a magical all-in-one treatment? Look no more!” Yes, indeed, we have just what you need. No matter what you’re trying to fix, Dr. Fantastic has the cure! Continue reading here.

Scent notes: white musk, rosemary, fresh-picked lavender, pine needles, cedarwood, bay laurel.



You’re scrolling your social media for the five billionth time today, searching for an article, or a listicle, or a show recommendation, or anything at all actually interesting and worth your time. You switch tabs to a different social media site, looking for the same. Several shopping websites are also open. It’s Friday night, you’re stuck at home, you’re bored and making your way through a bag of chips and a bar of fancy chocolate. Continue reading here

Scent notes: a bottle of delicious merlot, freshly squeezed lime, a clover field, copper, stormy ocean water


You’re flipping through a stack of magazines on your bed, bored AF. It’s summer vacation, but all your friends are out of town. The air is stifling, even with all the windows open and a breeze blowing in. You can hear your mom outside mulching, or planting, or whatever you have to do to keep a garden growing. Your room smells faintly of sage from the cleansing she’d done to the whole house to officially welcome summer and cast out the negative built-up energy of winter and spring from the air.. Continue reading here

Scent notes: three types of sage: blackberry, dalmatian, and juniper, cactus flower, gasoline, musty white musk.


It’s the voice you hear first. “Gather round! Gather round! Come one, come all, come and see Dr. Fantastic’s Wonderment Emporium!” You cut down the side street, and down another, following the voice, until you find yourself walking down a narrow alley. Skeptical and scared, you round a blind corner and find yourself dazzled by the display. Continue reading here

Scent notes: fresh bamboo, sweet yuzu, an old, dusty library, exotic spices, smoky nag champa, ylang ylang.


Fast-acting for even the toughest of problems: gout, diabetes, Alzheimer's, impetigo, lethargy, arthritis, low cholesterol, high cholesterol, no cholesterol, pink eye, side-eye, dry eye, UTI, and chicken that won’t fry!

Scent notes: real Kentucky bourbon, bay rum, pipe tobacco, bay leaf, Turkish mocha, lumps of coal.


My Favorite Murder collection of fragrances

My Favorite Murder Podcast Collection

This was the very first true crime podcast Andrea started listening to. It's one of the best, and is often playing in the lab. Full descriptions above, quick notes below:


Scent notes: Bourbon, Rich chocolate, Dark amber, touch of dirt


Scent notes: Tahitian vanilla, rich honey, fresh grapefruit


Scent notes: Flannel, Sedona trees, Bergamot tea, snickerdoodle cookies


Woodland Creature collection of scents

Woodland Creature Collection


Samoa cookies: Chocolate, caramel and coconut; drying down to the rich loam of a mossy cedar forest floor.


Scent notes: Tonka, cognac essential oil, copal resin


Scent notes: Candied peonies, green tea, floral aldehydes and cucumbers, Egyptian musk and a drop of Animalistic stink


Scent notes: sandalwood, vanilla, spices


Scent Notes: A masculine blend of cherry tobacco, atlas cedarwood, forest accord and rosewood, blended with a fresh, rich spiced mango.

Sweet Shoppe Collection


Scent notes: Clouds of fluffy peppermint goodness


Scent notes: Hard lemon candy that fizzes a little. A subtle creamy undertone


Scent Notes: A giant scoop of lime, orange, raspberry rainbow sherbet


Scent Notes: Old fashioned rootbeer hard candies with an herbal sassafras finish



Scent Notes: Fizzing bright cherry candies


Scent notes: Tiny pastilles that melt in your mouth. A refreshing treat for a very hot day


House fragrances by Sucreabeille

House Fragrances

These are individual or pairs of scents released to stand alone. We've ordered them here by most recent release first.


Scent Notes: An array of expensive, luscious lipsticks lazing on a mirrored vanity amongst jars of expensive cold cream. This smells like 1940s glamorous movie starlets getting ready for their close up!


Scent Notes: Rich, melty toasted marshmallows that dry down to warm resins of copal, benzoin, and labdanum, with hints of black and pink peppercorn and warm fur.


Scent Notes: a misty forest thick with oakmoss and the scent of bonfires. Cypress, suede, and Osmanthus.


Scent notes: Tahitian vanilla, cedarwood, old books, lemon balm, juicy juniper berry, fresh rosemary, sweet basil, balsam peru, bergamot.


Scent notes: juicy orange blossom, white musk, sugary marshmallow, freshly-picked kumquat, a field of lavender, and a dash of bubbly, sweet champagne.


Scent Notes: guiac and rosewoods, benzoin and laubdamum resins, allspice, coriander, fennel and a whisper of camphor.


Scent notes: A smudge of sage; some freshly picked apples; exotic spices; juicy figs; smoky pipe tobacco; wax from the eternal candle; a smattering of other Fall delights. This is a perfect fall day full of crisp leaves.


Scent notes: freshly ground coffee (obviously), spicy black pepper, nutmeg, high octane fuel, vanilla bean, bacon sizzling on the stovetop.


Scent notes: Two black teas, a shot of espresso, a dash of sweet mocha and coffee absolute make for a caffeinated take off. Cassia and black oud come out to play on the drydown.


Scent Notes: you know when people describe a perfume as smelling like "an old lady"? This is that scent, on purpose. Dusty, powdery rose, peony, and oud wood. We like to think of it as "classic."


Scent Notes: Key lime cheesecake with graham cracker crust


Scent notes: a sultry blend of amber and lilacs, with dark chocolate and classic magnolias and orchids


Scent notes: Rosewood and amber with a blend of cedarwood, cypress and blackberry sage. A dash of scotch whiskey, Egyptian musk and black tea


Scent notes: white roses and peonies, plums and apples, white musk and dragon's blood


Scent notes: Sugared vanilla cinnamon, tonka, and blood oranges. Bitter accord, sandalwood, and white musk


Scent Notes: A job site full of hot metal, leather tool belts, diesel smoke, and tar barrels melting in the sun


Scent Notes: Sweet malted pears


Scent Notes: Cucumber melon. You know what it is.


Scent Notes: A plum scent is juicy and sweet but not overpowering; a perfect fruit scent on a hot, sticky day.


Scent Notes: Lemon verbena, pretty self-explanatory.

Scent Notes: A strong, unrepentant blend of blood orange and black currant. Red musk, elemi, and black oud shimmer on a background of Egyptian musk and dragon's blood.



Scent Notes: Monoi Tiare, gardenias, freesia, and lily of the valley create a lush floral opening, then step back, and the deep rosewood and copal resin comes forward. This is a supremely rich floral that darkens to a woody, resinous finish.

It’s finally here: it’s ladies’ night. Well, really, it’s “OMG we’re finally all going to get together for a night out and it’s been like three years and life is hectic but dammit we’re doing something nice for ourselves and getting together without spouses or kids even if there’s little chance we’ll be awake past 11PM” night, but that doesn’t roll off the tongue quite so easily. The point is, you and your friends are finally out together, celebrating just being alive and together... Read more here.


Scent Notes: Subtle moonflower and bright linden blossom dot a forest of dark oakmoss, rosewood and sandalwood. Stumble on a tiny woodland tavern full of adventurers and smoke, incense, tobacco absolute and myrrh. A drop of honey sweetens the story.

Carly and her friends had been huddled around the table in her basement for hours. It was the first chance that allowed all five of them to finally play their campaign in person for many months, and they hadn’t wasted the opportunity. They were gathering at Carly’s house, in the basement, as it allowed them the most privacy, and Carly’s parents didn’t care if her friends were there all day long. And they certainly had been. Carly had gone through many sticks of incense to “set the mood” for the game. Her best friend and older sister, Sammy, was the Dreadful Guide, or DG, of the game, and had requested an atmosphere to match the decrepit, smog-and-smoke-filled forest their characters were traveling through. Many hours had passed; everyone was hopped up on energy drinks and a veritable dragon’s hoard of snacks. The only thing that hadn’t gone to plan was that her lucky set of dice carved from Tiger’s Eye had disappeared from her room. She’d spent hours overturning every single surface, checked completely under her bed, and had emptied out her closet, all to no avail. The set was nowhere to be found. Granted, throwing all of her belongings around hadn’t made her room any dirtier than it had been to start (she was a fifteen-year-old girl, after all), but it certainly did dampen her spirits slightly.

And that bad luck was apparent throughout the early part of the game. She couldn’t roll for crap when they started, and had drowned her sorrows in half a bag of chips and several candy bars. But, over the course of today’s campaign, things had begun to improve. Now, she was leading the charge as the level twelve Laser Lotus she really was, even if her earlier moves hadn’t shown it. “I cast a charm spell, summoning all of the surrounding trees to become my army, defeating the charging swarm of gnomes on ponies, and saving the day!” Carly yelled triumphantly as her friends cheered. Her sister nodded solemnly. “But, oh, adventurers, if only that were the end.” “That’s not the end?!” the other four yelled out simultaneously. “I have to get home soon; we’ve been playing for like 12 straight hours and my mom’s going to be worried,” said Stephanie nervously. Sammy just nodded. “True, so we will stop for today. Plus, my ass has been asleep for like the last three hours while y’all figured out how to defeat the gnomes.” Carly rolled her eyes at her sister. “But do you want to know what happens next?” “Duh!” Carly said, on behalf of the group. “Well, Edison Hawthorne, level twelve Laser Lotus, you have awoken….” Sammy took a deep breath in and held it. She was silent for at least twenty seconds before Carly had had enough and threw a handful of chips at Sammy. “Say it!” “You have awoken THE ELDER NERD!” Carly broke into hysterical laughter as her friends let out gasps of horror. “NOOOO, NOT THE ELDER NERD!” Madison yelled, hiding under a blanket. Stephanie looked horrified, as did Pamela. Their faces had gone pale with fear. Sammy was stoic, enjoying their terrified reactions.

Carly was incredulous. “I’m sorry, what is WRONG with you all? You’re afraid of something called the Elder Nerd? Really? Because, to me, that sounds easier to beat than a swarm of gnomes.” Madison and Stephanie just sat in horror. Pamela finally spoke up. “I’ve heard of the Elder Nerd; they have powers we could only dream of. Rumor has it they’re a level twenty-five Laser Lotus, and they’ve never been defeated.” Carly scoffed. “That’s absolutely impossible and absurd and now our win is ruined by how dumb this ending is. Come on now. The Elder Nerd.”

No sooner had the words escaped her lips when the door to the basement opened, causing all the girls to scream. “Whoa, whoa, it’s just me!” Carly’s mom said. “Ladies, I am so sorry, but I know Carly and Sammy have tests this week, and I’m going to insist that they clean up and go start studying.” The other girls just nodded, grabbed their bags, and mumbled goodbyes as they left. People respected Carly’s mom’s authority in a way Carly didn’t fully understand. She understood just enough to know she wanted to rebel hard against it. “Mom, come on, why did my friends have to leave? We’d just gotten to a great part in the story! And I didn’t even get to play with my Tiger’s Eye dice and I still defeated the swarm of dwarves!” Her mom had been picking up empty bags of chips and candy bar wrappers and was trying to restore order to her basement, but froze at the mention of her daughter defeating the dwarves.

“You. You defeated the dwarves today? Did you make a tree army?” Sammy smirked. “Oh yeah, it took them forever but she finally figured it out.” Carly was puzzled. “How do you know about this stuff, mom?” she asked. Sammy and their mom exchanged glances, and Sammy headed upstairs with a mumble about studying. Her mom turned around and went to follow Sammy up the stairs, her hands full of detritus from the marathon gaming session. “Oh, sweet girl. I know everything.” As she started up the stairs, something fell out of her pocket. Carly walked over and snatched it up, surprised to see it was one of her missing dies. What did that mean? How did … no way … not possible. Was … was her MOM the Elder Nerd?! Carly sat down on the couch, in a daze. Just then, her mom yelled from the top of the stairs. “Yes, I am, and I am commanding you to come study. You can have your dice back after I kick your Aunt Judy’s ass in our campaign tonight. A level twenty-five Laser Lotus never loses.” Carly promptly passed out from shock. Sammy was right: she was officially scared of the Elder Nerd.


Scent Notes: fresh peaches, cream, and a light cloud of magic.


Scent Notes: pears, cucumber, hay accord, ginger lily, cardamom, suede


Scent Notes: It starts out as a lovely crisp green caramel apple with a touch of spice, then makes a handbrake turn to heavy spiced incense with Elemi and a tiiiiiny bit of apple.

Scent notes: Pink lotus absolute, vanilla absolute, tonka bean absolute, floating on a cloud of airy, light musks

Scent Notes: A melange of night blooming flowers: water lilies, tuberose, nicotina, jasmine, orchid, moonflower, and Egyptian musk



Your alarm didn’t go off, again. Or maybe you slept through it. The point is, you’re now thirty minutes behind schedule, and your boss is going to pitch a fit if you’re late. You spring out of bed, feeling every muscle scream at the sudden motion. You stumble over yesterday’s clothes and throw something resembling an outfit onto your body. Dammit, you are more here

Scent notes: Intense, rich vanillas infused with honeycomb. Nicotina flower, leather, and a hint of bitterness


Many perfumers have attempted to recreate the scent of Marie Antoinette’s famous perfume over the years, because apparently, it smelled *that* good. Perfumers with Actual Training at Proper Amazing Perfume Schools have called their creations lovely things, like Sillage de la Reign (loosely, Scent of the Queen). We, however, could never claim to....continue reading here

Scent Notes: orange blossoms, jasmine, tuberose, cedarwood, violets, lavender, sandalwood, rose, animalistic musk, and greens


Some people might say it’s overkill to make homemade graham crackers on a random Wednesday for your kids to have as an after school snack, but who cares what other people think? You haven’t washed or brushed your hair in days; you’re pretty sure the sweatpants you’re wearing haven’t left your thighs for what seems like months; there’s grease on your cheek and sawdust in your hair; but there’s also homemade graham crackers cooling on the windowsill like a damn 1950s TV show. Now that the ... Continue reading here

Scent Notes: lemongrass, coriander, and graham crackers from the kitchen. Sawdust from the remodel you're doing, and metal from rebuilding that engine. Hot tar from patching the pothole out front, can't have the kids falling on their bikes! And to finish, guava scented beauty cream.


You don’t have a “wild side,” you are just a wildling. You’re full of passion, always on an adventure, and always in search of the next great life experience. You aren’t odd, but you are upfront in a way that some people don’t understand. You just don’t have time to waste. Every moment spent on an unnecessary email or conversation is a moment that could be spent doing what drives you, what propels you forward into the great unknown. Change is a friend; you would never dwell on the past or stay in one place too long. Your life path is less of a forward motion than a tornado of controlled chaos propelling you all over, but you wouldn’t have it any other way, and neither would we. You’re a wildling, and baby, you make our hearts sing.

Scent Notes: vanilla and beeswax absolutes, orris, coumarin and honey, clary sage and sweet benzoin resin


If everything feels incredibly difficult and out-of-control lately, we want you to know that you are not alone, and invite you into our Lawless and Braless brigade. That’s right; where we’re going, we don’t need rules. 3PM on a Wednesday and you want to eat ice cream in the bathtub? Do it! 5AM dance party to your favorite 70s funk music? Why not! Continue reading here

Scent notes: Hot metal, gasoline and smoke blend with an unapologetic feminine bouquet of pink peonies, gardenias, and sweet meyer lemons.


Remember those days of discreetly opening your mom’s purse, taking out her wallet, and attempting to snag a $20 bill or two so you could go to the mall, buy more hairspray and neon tights, and hang out with your friends in the food court eating meat products on sticks? Yeah, those were the days. If that conjures a wave of nostalgia, you’re going to love Your Mom. (The scent, of course.) It’s a sensory trip straight back to the 1980s; specifically, to your mom’s purse in the 80s. It’s also just a fantastic name for a scent, let’s be honest. How badly do you want to say “Your Mom” to that nosey guy in line behind you to get into the grocery store who keeps getting within 6 feet of you to say how great and weirdly familiar you smell? “Yup, it’s Your Mom, I just got a fresh spritz of her before I left the house.” He’ll leave you alone, we promise.

Scent Notes: white leather purse with fringe, Big Red chewing gum, a touch of cherry tobacco and lifesavers, and old pennies


Creamy, buttery strawberry trifle with fresh shortcake. Resinous dragon's blood, red musk, graveyard dirt, and a drop of blood


Note: due to the high percentage of vanilla absolute in this blend, you'll see the prices of this perfume are higher than normal. The vanilla orchid has had a rough time this year, leading to our suppliers charging over $350/ounce. That means that this blend will not be available in our sets of five.

You’ve always been a little bit quirky. A little different. You’ve stood out as an individual since you were a wee babe. To you, being normal would be the biggest curse. As our spokeswoman Morticia is fond of saying, continue reading here

Scent Notes: A rich, decadent blend of Vanilla absolute, coconut pulp CO2, butter CO2


Note: due to the high percentage of vanilla absolute in this blend, you'll see the prices of this perfume are higher than normal. The vanilla orchid has had a rough time this year, leading to our suppliers charging over $350/ounce. That means that this blend will not be available in our sets of five.

Your oddness has always been a bit on the darker side. You’ve found yourself wandering down unlit alleys since you were small, asking questions you shouldn’t. A touch too interested in anatomy, in finding out what’s inside, in the joy of discovery. Drawn to chemistry and potions, continue reading here

Scent Notes: Vanilla absolute infused with resins of dragon's blood, copal, and rosewood. Cognac essential oil and a swirl of white chocolate complete this dark play on vanilla


The literal translation of memento mori is, “remember death,” though it’s often translated as the phrase, “remember you will die.” Yes, that sounds horrifying on the surface, but it’s a phrase of comfort. Without death, there is no life. Without darkness, there is no light. Death is what gives life meaning and purpose, and it doesn’t have to be this terrifying, looming presence in our lives. The recognition and acceptance of death makes life easier, sweeter, and more enjoyable. Memento mori, but don’t let it frighten you. It’s a reminder to live for today and to be happy and joyful in your life, while you’re living it.

Scent Notes: Incense, graveyard dirt and suede. Resins of dragon's blood and benzoin. Indian sandalwood and elemi essential oil. Amber, Egyptian musk and smoke.


Have you heard of the incredible Lilith Fury? Well, if you have, then you know how amazing she is; if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. Keep your hands fastened on your butt so it doesn’t fall off! Lilith is an actress, model, activist and horror fanatic. She’s been in several horror movies, including the 2019 Child’s Play extended version, Mayhem, Freaks of Nature, and Night of the Living Deb. She’s also completely gorgeous, thoughtful, and on a mission for fat liberation. We’re honored to have designed this scent with and for her, and we think you’re going to love it, too!

Scent notes: Old leatherbound books, a cup of hot chai tea, scones, and elegant cold cream


What’s a shennanigator? A person who instigates shenanigans, of course! We all know a shennanigator. Some of us definitely are shennanigators, and for that, we should be celebrated, thank you very much! How? With SHENANIGANS! Yes it’s just fun to say these words over and over can you blame us?!

Scent Notes: Opens with the rich, warm aroma of buttered popcorn. Next comes raspberries, lemons, and green figs. Sweet oud lingers as a heart note 


Now, we’re not saying you can’t be a lady AND a legend. In fact, that’s absolutely possible! But sometimes, circumstances call for one or the other, and in those times, we implore you to be legendary. Being a lady usually involves abiding by the rules, following along with what is expected of you, and going with the status quo. Being a legend means not letting anything stand in your way so you can do what is right, no matter what anyone else thinks. Break all the rules. Define your own path. Don’t let the bastards get you down, and Don’t Be a Lady, Be a Legend.

Scent notes: Raspberry lambic with elderberry syrup, thick, resinous dragon's blood, and elegant amber spheres


That’s so ducking funny! Wait, no, I didn’t mean ducking. Ducking funny. Duck. What the hell? Autocorrect, I do not mean ducking, I have almost never meant ducking. You know me better than this! Ducking hell, man. I can assure you that nobody, in the course of typing a text, has ever meant that something was ducking awesome, or ducking great, or ducking delicious. You know what word I meant to type; you just don’t want to use it. Well that’s some bullshiz right there. But anyway, we got some to-go dinner last night, and I had the most delicious nachos topped with confit fuck. DAMN. IT. ALL.

Scent Notes: Black tea with a generous tot of whiskey. Grapefruit for a touch of bitter and a drop of vetiver. Nag champa and rosewood make a rich base.


Chances are high that, at some point in your life, someone has called you the b-word. They meant it as an insult. They thought you were too bossy, or demanding, or angry, or uncompromising. Maybe you didn’t return their unwanted advances. Maybe they didn’t have a reason; they just said it unprompted and out of the blue. But, anyone who calls you that doesn’t understand the power that word holds. Take that insult and turn it into a badge of honor; wear it proudly at all times, confident in the fact that you’d rather be a ruthless bitch than a spineless coward. In the wise words of Tina Fey, “Bitches get stuff done.” Do we ever!

Scent Notes: An unbelievably juicy blend of blood oranges and lychees. White amber and ginger lilies blend to give a sophisticated presence.


Scent Notes: unapologetic candied grapefruit, crisp cold rice milk, beeswax, rich tonka, and osmanthus

Scent Notes: A hopeful springtime garden: Tomato leaf, heliotrope, galbanum, petrichor, sweetgrass and clary sage. lemon verbena and freshly turned soil



Scent Notes: Creamy honey nectar, pink peonies, real ylang ylang, and peach blossoms


Life is weird right now. We’re all socially isolated while remaining globally connected, for better or for worse. We have all the terrible and wonderful pieces of the world at our fingertips 24 hours a day. But here at Sucreabeille, we are most grateful for our ever-expanding Facebook group full of sisters (and brothers and siblings) who feel like family, even if we’ve never gotten a chance to meet IRL. Continue reading here

Scent Notes: Blood red cherries covered in dark chocolate, exotic spices, a dash of patchouli


Scent notes: Red Mandarin and rich honey create a sweet first impression, luring you into smoke, patchouli, gunpowder and... Is that gasoline? Clearly, an evil plan is afoot!


Scent Notes: Rich, buttery goodness with crystallized honeycomb and the coziest pair of sweatpants ever.


Here at Suc, we wanted to help in some small way, so we are donating 100% of the profits from sales to Doctors Without Borders.

Scent notes: Hot black tea with honey and coffee absolute to rise early, cardamom vanilla for comfort, bitter almonds for the lost, a shot of whiskey for strength.


Scent Notes: A sultry blend of Amber, real Ylang Ylang essential oil, pure vanilla, and golden honey.


Scent Notes: Sticky marshmallow, three kinds of coffee, no limits


Scent Notes: Fluffy pillows of marshmallows billow on a dish of salted caramels dusted with nutmeg and toasted sugar drizzles


Scent notes: A library full of all the books in the world. The Librarian takes notes and catalogues while sipping a large mug of hot buttered rum laced with espresso. A whisper of patchouli follows her through the stacks.


This scent was originally a custom blend for a lovely customer who wanted to celebrate the life of a beloved pet, and we were happy to oblige. They gave us the go-ahead to release it to the world, and we did so happily, wagging our imaginary tails. Continue reading here

Scent Notes: A patter of paws running through a field of daisies, lavender, and sweet peas. Marshmallow clouds pass overhead. Sunflowers, warm fur, and white musk.


Scent notes: Hot milky chai tea, fresh scones slathered with raspberry jam and honey


Scent notes: Rich Dark Chocolate, Warm Honey, Dark Amber


There are two types of people in this world: those who dream spectacularly big, and those who crush those dreams with fervor. Our owner and scent maven, Andrea, dreams big. Huge. Far, far too big at times. And sometimes, those dreams need to be crushed, and that’s where our lovely Lab Lady, Shannon, comes in. She’s the Dreamcrusher. Continue reading here

Scent notes: Sweet peach tea that's been left to steep a little too long with that edge of bitterness, like crushed dreams


You throw a rock into the sea, and let out a harrowing scream. A couple walking down the beach towards you does an obvious, abrupt stop. The woman almost falls on her face, slipping on some unseen seaweed. They make a hasty turnaround and nearly sprint back the way they came. You don't even notice. You’ve spent most of the day here, throwing rocks. Screaming. Continue reading here

Scent Notes: Cool rain on the fierce ocean. Petrichor, sour limes and sweet oranges


Scent notes: Ruby pomegranate seeds, sticky, thick dragon's blood, swirls of red musk and rosewood


Scent notes: Cardamom, dragon's blood, bergamot, light musk


Scent Notes: A blend of rich honeys, sticky, thick dragon's blood resin, beeswax, rosewood, a touch of patchouli, and vanilla absolute


Once, you were a broke ass bitch. But not anymore. Those days are behind you. No more wondering if your accidental drunk online shopping binge wreaked havoc on your bank account; you have contingency funds and a lot less debt than you used to. You’ve found a foundation that’s a little bit closer to your natural skin tone; hell, it might match exactly now (depending on the lighting, of course). Continue reading here

Scent Notes: Sparkling candied citrus peel, vanilla from the expensive hippie shop, Egyptian Musk, cuticle cream


Scent Notes: A sweet, flora blend of peony, freesia and apricot, with an uplifting note of bright pink cotton candy, the most expensive face cream you've ever seen, and a whiff of cold, hard cash


Scent Notes: A totally unapologetic haunted cathedral. Rich, dark resins, thick incense, beeswax candles, frankincense and myrrh. Cool stone floors and cloves, red musk and sassafras. Clary sage and wormwood. Guiac wood and patchouli, and a whisper of black jasmine.


Andrea, creator of our fine perfumes, finds herself saying this (or an approximation of it) on a near-daily basis, as an explanation for why she’s such a badass. And you know what? It’s also a true statement, in the best way possible! Every woman working for Sucreabeille and DIVONA can proclaim this to be the case, and we’re betting that you can, too. Continue reading here

Scent notes: A swirl of rosewood, whiskey, and amber, with a sprinkle of gunpowder, a drop of guiac wood, and tobacco absolute.


Scent notes: A delightfully feminine blend of lavender, vanilla, honey nectar, and a light floral aldehyde.


Scent Notes: Watermelon Blow-Pops, baby powder, fistfulls of sticky white cake, last night's champagne and coconut cream.


You were born to do this. You've been taught to handle bees from a young age by your father, as he learned from his father. Taught to give them care, and take the proper tithe of honey every year. Continue reading here 

Scent notes: pure honeycomb, freshly harvested from the hive; a blooming herb garden full of clary sage, fennel, and thyme; peach blossoms and a touch of medicinal camphor.


When life gives you lemons, don’t make lemonade. Instead, take your rage out inappropriately on your coworkers/employees and demand impractical, impossible things of them. Make them invent combustible lemons that’ll burn life’s house down, since you can’t speak to life’s manager. Continue reading here

Scent notes: goddamn lemons, lemonade made from life’s stupid lemons, high octane gasoline, scraps of paper from a totally sane scientist’s notebook, that same scientist’s manly musk acquired from too many days in the lab, spicy ginger and black pepper.


Scent notes: Freshly cut jasmine, Egyptian geranium, oud, a lavender field, eucalyptus, a musky attic.


Scent notes: fresh cut lavender, black anise, sweet vanilla bean, black pepper crushed under a unicorn’s horn.


Scent Notes: Fresh waffles, hot maple syrup, cozy flannel shirt, a whiff of bourbon