Childhood

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  • Baby Powder

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    As clean and comforting as it gets and the global best-selling scent in The Library of Fragrance. This scent really triggers strong emotional links. Many people find this scent cosseting and calming – too many to pass it off as a coincidence. Advancing scientific research is showing us that scent is processed deep within a…

  • Baby Shampoo

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    The freshest, cleanest, happiest smell imaginable.

  • Blueberry

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    An enticing and wearable mixture inspired by the deep fruit juice extract of the blueberry. This is a truly an American scent. Held in very high esteem by the American Indian, the wild blueberry forms a five-point star that the "Great Spirit" sent to relieve hunger. Indians also used blueberries for medicinal purposes and made…

  • Bonfire

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    The best part about the beginning of November in Britain is the fact that no sooner have we finished trick or treating then we have to start preparing for Bonfire Night. Bonfire Night can be traced directly to events that occurred around the beginning of November in 1605, known as The Gunpowder Plot, an attempt…

  • Brownie

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    Based on memories of special afternoon when we came home to grandma baking in the kitchen, The Library of Fragrance Brownie is rich, deep and of course, chocolaty. These days, however, the most important part of the experience is that The Library of Fragrance Brownie has NO CALORIES. The name Brownie comes from the deep…

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    Bubble Gum

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    As the relationship between scent and memory is one of the cornerstones of the The Library of Fragrance, a fragrance inspired by Bazooka Bubble Gum was a natural. Bazooka, with its distinctive name, taste, and red, white and blue logo and packaging, soon became a familiar part of Americana. As a matter of fact, a…

  • Butterscotch

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    Smooth, buttery and rich, this warm and delectable blend is in the best The Library of Fragrance gourmand tradition. The primary ingredients in Butterscotch are brown sugar and butter. According to "Housewife's Corner" in an 1848 newspaper, the real recipe for "making Doncaster butterscotch is one pound of butter, one pound of sugar and a…

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie

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    The Library of Fragrance wearable version of the Chocolate Chip Cookie is a combination of light and dark chocolate, freshly baked but not too doughy. All of the flavor, none of the calories! Ruth Graves Wakefield graduated from the Framingham State School of Household Arts in 1924. After graduation, together with her husband, she bought a…

  • Christmas in New York

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    Christmas in New York is a special time in a special place. It took the genius of Demeter Fragrance Library to capture that special moment in time in scent. Egg Nog, Spices, Apples and roasting chestnuts, all the elements that are uniquely New York at Christmas-time. Christmas in New York: A unique olfactory experience, created by…

  • Christmas Tree

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    In the 7th century a monk from Crediton, Devonshire, went to Germany to teach the Word of God. He did many good works there, and spent much time in Thuringia, an area that was to become the cradle of the Christmas Decoration Industry. Legend has it that he used the triangular shape of the Fir…

  • Condensed Milk

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    Condensed milk is pasteurized during the evaporation procedure, with the added sugar making any further sterilization unnecessary, since the sugar inhibits the growth of microorganisms. It is also this combination, of milk and sweet sugar, that gives The Library of Fragrance Condensed Milk its distinctive odor. You may have never partaken of evaporated or condensed…

  • Cotton Candy

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    The Library of Fragrance Cotton Candy is light and sweet. It’s just sugar… and maybe a bit of magic! Cotton candy is made from sugar that is heated and spun into slim threads that look like a mass of cotton. John Wharton, a candy maker from Nashville, Tennessee, invented it in 1897. Wharton introduced it…