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October 31, 2012

Angela Rogers likes stories. She also is a self-described beauty and fragrance junkie.

In 2009, the Agnes Scott grad combined her interests and started the Poison Apple Apothecary in Savannah, known for its ghosts and legends tours.

The company, which has since relocated to Atlanta, offers a line of perfumed oils, foaming sugar scrubs and a moisturizing body cream with mysterious names and labels with an old world theme.

There are scents called Bloodlust, Garden of Graves and Pirate Anne.

Last year, the company debuted Ghost of the Knoxville Girl. Inspired by a song and musicians Doug and Telisha Williams, the scent has become a best seller.

Prices range from $15 for the hand-blended, perfumed oils to $13 for a six-ounce jar of the sugar scrub.

The company’s signature product, the “Embalming Cream,” is $16.50 for a six-ounce jar.

To order, visit: or

P.S. Rogers, a grateful alum, recently created a collection of scents to benefit the Agnes Scott College annual fund.

The scents are: Black Ring Mafia (you know who you are), The Quad and You Bring the Whiskey.


From → bath & body, gifts, home

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