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  • Dandelion

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    The Library of Fragrance Dandelion is a transparent, sheer, green floral. A timeless scent, it is always current and in fashion. Known worldwide by a variety of names, including lion's tooth, fairy clock, priest's crown, swine's snout, blowball, milk gowan, wild endive, wet-a-bed, white endive, cankerwort, puffball, and Irish daisy, there is no society unfamiliar…

  • Dark Chocolate

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    Deep, rich and exotic, Dark Chocolate by The Library of Fragrance is a silky smooth, absolutely sensual and indulgent chocolate fragrance. Dark chocolate history goes back at least 3000 years. What began, as a bitter drink in the pre-historic tropics of South America has become one of the world's most popular treats. Dark chocolate was the…

  • Devil’s Food

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    The Library of Fragrance Devil’s Food is a deep, dark chocolate scent, as deep and rich as the traditional dessert itself. Devil’s Food cake is usually thought of in terms of dark chocolate, but originally it was red. This was due to a chemical reaction between early varieties of cocoa and baking soda, which also…

  • Dirt

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    Our most emblematic fragrance, The Library of Fragrance Dirt was made to smell exactly like the dirt from the fields around the Pennsylvania family farm belonging to our founding perfumer. We think of this as April 10th when the plowing begins in the Northeast U.S. The turned earth with a touch of last season's corn…

  • Dregs

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    As in wine, not your would-be prom date! Dregs are, quite simply, the sediment or leftover particles of the grape left to settle at the bottom of a wine barrel, and also, often in the bottom of a good, aged bottle of red wine. While the 'bottom of the barrel' connotation associated with dregs negative,…

  • Dust

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    Our universe is a very dusty place. Dust usually shows its presence by blocking out light emitted from stars or nebula behind it, sometimes creating the illusion of a horse's head or a sombrero hat. But nobody really knows what a typical interstellar dust grain looks like. By studying how dust absorbs, emits, and reflects…

  • Earl Grey Tea

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    Comfort in a cup, lovely bergamot... milk? Lemon? One lump or two? Earl Grey is a blend of fine black China teas and the natural oil of bergamot, a pear-shaped citrus fruit. The name bergamot comes from the Turkish for 'prince's pear'. Bergamot is grown exclusively in Italy and Sicily. It has very powerful oil…

  • Earthworm

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    The lowly earthworm has been called nature's Plow, for its ability to move and aerate soil, and nature's Fertilizer Plant for reasons that are, well, obvious. The worm's habitat is moist, humus rich soil. In dry weather it burrows deeper into the soil to avoid drying out, preferring an environment that is humid, moist and…

  • Egg Nog

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    Wear this and you won’t need the mistletoe! The Library of Fragrance Egg Nog is a delightful, creamy, concoction with touches of nutmeg and a dash of cinnamon. The perfect Egg Nog, at least from an olfactory perspective. Irresistible anytime. by Unknown Christmas is not properly observed unless you brew egg nog for all comers

  • Espresso

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    Take us to Italy....barring that, a good cuppa will do.......... With just the power of gravity, water takes 4-6 minutes to extract a cup of coffee from ground beans, and given human nature, 4-6 minutes can seem a near eternity. Speeding up this process of brewing requires putting greater pressure than gravity behind the water.…

  • Fiery Curry

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    Curry is actually the generic word for 'sauce', and need not be spicy. Our version is a spiced combination of prik kee noo, a fresh and spicy Thai chili, lemongrass, lime, cilantro and galangal, a gingerlike root, but more delicate. Altogether, The Library of Fragrance Fiery Curry is an invigorating and refreshing experience.

  • Fig Leaf

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    Ficus is the genus of approximately 800 species of vines, spreading trees, or shrubs more commonly known as fig trees. These woody plants have been cultivated for thousands of years and prized for their edible fruit, which may be eaten fresh, dried, or preserved. Being one of the first fruit trees to be domesticated by…