It does sound nice, but what about those notes is indicative of Halloween (besides the bourbon part, perhaps)? Some more seasonally appropriate scents might include spun sugar, chocolate, pumpkin pie spice, bay rum, Spanish moss, and cedar resin. If you were making an All Hallows' scent for yourself, what would you put in it?
There's a new perfume out called Halloween Fever, but don't start with the images of candy corn and wax lips dancing in your head. This stuff looks like it's more about disco balls and sexy face than dressing up as Zombie Marie Curie. Halloween Perfumes, which makes a whole line of holiday-inspired scents, says the juice is a fruity floriental with notes of vanilla bourbon, tonka bean, orange, rose, bergamot, jasmine, ylang-ylang, apricot, musk, and patchouli.