I think this is the sweetest perfume sample kit I've ever seen. It comes in a little cardboard matchbox, with a dried rose bud.
The three oil sample kit allows you to chose three perfume oils out of the six that For Strange Women currently sell, and I decided on the two new scents, November in the Temperate Deciduous Forest (let's just call it November) and Bollywood, and Moss & Ivy. The sampler is $13, and gives enough in each 0.5ml vial for a week's worth of applications; more than enough to see if a particular fragrance suits you. Three cards come with the kit, each giving the notes and the character of one of the fragrances.
Bollywood is a spicy floral, inspired by the glamorous film stars of India. It opens with a cardamom chai note followed by a rose/floral and saffron heart, on a base of sandalwood incense. It's exotic, but also quite a light fragrance with a very subtle sillage; I have to hold my wrists close to my nose to smell it and it has faded into a ghost of the scent after a couple of hours. I do like the combination of cardamom and a dry sandalwood with the floral notes though - I think it works better than Cleopatra (now discontinued, also by For Strange Women) where the anise note dominated the fragrance. Bollywood is best for those who like a fragrance to whisper rather than shout, and I'd suggest trying a sample first to see if it's too subtle for you if you are considering purchasing.
November... is more my personal cup of tea. It really does smell like a wood in late autumn; there's a hint of woodsmoke, the smell of leaves turning into humus on the floor, and it has something in it that smells like cool, damp air on my skin. I will be buying a full bottle of November... in the autumn.
I haven't tried Moss & Ivy yet, other than smelling it in the vial. From that, it's a very pretty, chypre-style herby fragrance.
The For Strange Women Sample Kit can be purchased on Etsy here: For Strange Women Sample Kit.