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  • Sticky Toffee Pudding

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    This wonderful buttery and toffee concoction is best in England. It's yummy and sugary and makes us happy. We are particularly fond of the version at Brown's, London W1. Sticky toffee pudding is a British dessert (or pudding) consisting of a moist sponge cake made with fine chopped dates and covered in a toffee sauce.…

  • Strawberry Ice Cream

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    What could be more scrumptious than Strawberry Ice Cream, made with the freshest strawberries and sweet cream? A refreshing treat from The Library of Fragrance, on a hot summer's day, or anytime you need a bit of summer year around. In 1744, a group of Virginia commissioners, who were on their way to negotiate a…

  • Sugar Cane

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    Sweet, edible, grillable . . . Sugar Cane by The Library of Fragrance¬†captures both the sweetness and take-your-breath-away freshness of pure, just cut sugar cane. This fragrance so unusual and wearable that the Fragrance Foundation awarded Demeter's Sugar Cane with two FiFi awards in 2001, one for Best Fragrance in America. Cultivation of sugarcane probably…

  • Sugar Cookie

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    Realistic and delicious, Demeter's Sugar Cookie is sweet, simple, and fresh from the oven warm. The Frisbie Baking Company: In this otherwise simple baking operation we find the origin of the earliest Frisbee! The company offered a variety of bakery goodies, including pies and cookies, and therein resides the root of the controversy, for there…

  • Sweet Cilantro

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    Incredibly sensual and filled with passion and challenge. Like the leaves of the herb coriander, this is a crisp, fresh and fragrant scent that people either love, hate, or love to hate.

  • Tangerine

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    The Library of Fragrance Tangerine is a bright, sweet, juicy fragrance, all citrus with the slightest honey note. It is beautiful and uplifting, but also subtle and delicate. Tangerine is the common name for a variety of Mandarin orange. The mandarin orange is native to southeastern Asia and has been widely cultivated in orange-growing regions…

  • Tomato

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    We love this scent so much. It's really a verb; picking tomatoes. The scent the tomato leaves leave on your hands. It reminds our co-founder Christopher Gable of his Grandfather's farm when he was a kid. The United States Congress passed the Tariff Act of 1883, a rather innocuous piece of legislation requiring a 10%…

  • Vanilla Cake Batter

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    Have you ever stopped to think about your "irresistible list"? You know what I mean - things that always get your attention, make your heart beat faster? It's either a blessing or a curse, depending on how you choose to look at it, that I've always leaned somewhat toward self-indulgence. Therefore, my list of irresistible…

  • Vanilla Cookie Dough

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    It's difficult to find descriptive words for this scent after "Yummy". Demeter's Vanilla Cookie Dough is dense, delicious and full-bodied - a Vanilla lover's delight, but without the cloying sweetness that vanilla fragrances can develop. This is a special scent for me, inspired by a current experience, rather than a nostalgic memory. My 13-year-old daughter…

  • Vanilla Ice Cream

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    It took hundreds of years of waiting, and the determination of The Library of Fragrance, between the invention of ice cream as we know it, and ice cream as a wearable fragrance.¬†The Library of Fragrance¬† Vanilla Ice Cream is sinfully rich, but also bright, warm and inviting, like the summer's day that inspired it. We…

  • Waffles

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    The Library of Fragrance Waffles is a balanced combination of the waffle itself smothered in butter and covered in maple syrup-sweet, but not too sweet. Actually, waffles are as American as apple pie, and like apple pie, are an import. The word "waffle" and probably the food, comes to us from the Dutch "wafel", but…

  • Watermelon Lollipop

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    The Library of Fragrance Watermelon is about the mouth-puckering contrast between sugary-sweet fresh fruit and the eye-popping tartness. This is an olfactory wake up call like no other! Southern food historian, John Egerton, believes watermelon made its way to the United States with African slaves as he states in his book, "Southern Food." Watermelon, however,…