Chamela Giri. It's described as a spicy, chocolate chai scent and it's really nice! Jess Duchart, the creator/owner of Chamela Giri, studied the art of perfume and incense making in India:
This perfume was inspired by a chai recipe I was taught in Bikaner, Rajasthan, by a beautiful old mama. It is hand blended in very small batches.
Chamela Giri perfumes are blended into a base of pure sandalwood powder. They are crafted with resins, spices and natural ambers I gathered during my travels in India and Morocco. Powdered perfume is applied in the same way as conventional perfumes, on your pulse points, or try them in your hair. There are no fillers, just the authentic scents. Chamela Giri scents last a long time, giving you an air of intrigue for the day, or evening.
For a full scentual experience tap a small amount of the perfume powder into the palm of your hand and rub your hands together. Close your eyes, bring your hands to your face and breathe deeply, then rub your hands on your wrists, neck and in your hair.I admit it, I'm intrigued. Sample value is $4.
Tulips Apothecary. More spice in this one, as it has organic cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and allspice in a base of beeswax, shea butter, castor oil, and sweet almond oil. If pumpkin doesn't appeal to you, they've got coffee almond cocoa, French toast (!!!), licorice, lemon, peppermint, grapefruit - and more. Another winner, as it feels great on and is all natural. This is full sized and retails for $8.