Winter 2019 - Cyanide
There are several different forms of cyanide, and they've all contributed their share of untimely deaths throughout history. However, as far as poisons go, cyanide - in some form or another - is all around us. It is a naturally occurring poison found in many seeds and kernels such as those of almonds, apples, apricots, cherries, and pears. It's found in the chemicals we use to develop photographs, in pesticides, and in the production of many of the papers, plastics, and textiles that we have in our homes. But don't be deceived: inhalation of high doses of cyanide gas can cause coma, seizures, and death by cardiac arrest within a matter of seconds.
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☾ Notes: ☽
Amaretto liqueur, pink heliotrope, honey-soaked dates, hawthorn flower, nutmeg, rum
☾ Fragrance Family: ☽
A boozy floral gourmand