Some of y’all testers and critics are really mean!
Coffee at Midnight smells like coffee, for real, because it contains coffee oil, cold pressed from the seeds of Coffea arabica L. I source the best ingredients I can manage for this formula, and they’re expensive.
But some of you are not impressed. One reviewer’s verdict:
“Smells like pumpkin seeds covered in raccoon poop.” – Jane, age 4
Get a real job, Jane.
(I’m just kidding, sweetie. You’re good. And I’d probably be worried about you if you did like coffee at the age of four )
Fortunately, most adults who appreciate both coffee and conjure have reviewed it much more favorably:
“This is my favorite love/lust oil. It smells fantastic and quite delicious! I feel like this is an excellent oil for helping get my mind in the right place when I’m doing love work. The coffee smell is very present (and as someone who enjoys coffee and is in a relationship with a coffee-lover it felt like an appropriate choice.) I have a small almost empty bottle of the original, which has aged well and never went bad (even though it’s over 5 years old.) I loved it so much I used it very, very sparingly.” – an actual adult
So there you have it, folks. I think the takeaway point here is that preschoolers are philistines lol… But if you already like coffee, I think you’ll find Coffee at Midnight a refreshing, updated take on traditional “sweet” formulas for love-drawing in the hoodoo tradition.
If you like heady, exotic, definitely not run-of-the-mill blends in your ritual oils that owe a little bit to my dilettante-level perfumery experiments, you might also check out Song of Solomon, Balm of Gilead, and Queen Esther.
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