Lyssa Eau de Parfum, 30 ml (Limited Edition)
Please note: Lyssa is a special release for Halloween and stock is limited. If you'd prefer to be fully-prepared for the zombie apocalypse or any other potentially adverse survival situation, check out our Lyssa Survival Kit.
Despite no longer possessing an olfactory nerve, zombified subjects are inexplicably repelled by certain odors. We have combined several of these, notably rose, geranium, ashes, nutmeg, saffron, sage, oud, labdanum, oakmoss, patchouli, tobacco, and violets (specifically those taken from deceased persons) to produce a working zombie repellent. We have code named the formula Lyssa, after the virus which causes zombification, and have begun distributing it through a local company, Barrister and Mann, in the form of fragrance-equipped survival kits.
Barrister and Mann is proud to announce our collaboration with local research laboratories to bring you the world’s first fully functional zombie repellent. After careful study and experimentation upon captured zombies from a local reanimation (known in the annals of history as "The Templeton Cemetery Incident”), these labs have developed an aroma-based agent to keep the undead at bay. Christened “Lyssa” by its creators, and conveniently packaged in a shaving soap, aftershave, and eau de parfum, this special blend will keep you safe from even the most relentless walkers.
Net wt. 30 ml, Made in the USA
not as good as years past
Lyssa tries but fails to muster up the smell of the fall season. Last year's hallows had that cold foggy night in a marshy bog smell. it was a pungent smell but it works nicely. Lyssa simply doesn't smell of anything in my opinion.
Really Loving It!
Really like this one, regardless of whether it works to repel zombies (haven't had the chance to test that...). I like the way it changes on my skin over the first minutes of wear, and I find myself reaching for it a lot!
The marketing is great. Lots can be said about it. I’m not here to talk about the marketing. The scent. This is a solid masterpiece. I’ve never smelled something so compelling. The rose floral blast gives way to a mintiness that dissolved into an exquisite almagamation of floral and musk. It’s certainly a treat. And I do dare say one of Barrister and Mann’s best offerings.
It'll keep the dead at bay, but it won't keep the admirers away!
Lyssa is an absolutely lovely rose and patchouli scent and is a must-have for any rose lovers.