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  • 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…

  • Chocolate Covered Cherries

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    In 1629 the colonists coming to America brought about two dozen different varieties of cherries with them. Later, the pioneers carried seeds and trees west. The wild cherries called chokecherries, Prunus virginiana, were already known to Native Americans. Currently over 900 varieties of sweet cherries are recorded, and 300 sour cherry varieties. In Japan over…

  • Chocolate Mint

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    The Library of Fragrance Chocolate Mint is not a mixture of chocolate and mint, but the actual chocolate mint herb. Used in desserts, cookie and ice cream, chocolate mint reminds us of a "Thin Mint" cookie. by Unknown Chocolate is nature’s way of making up for Mondays Available as a Body Lotion

  • 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…

  • Cinnamon Bark

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    The Library of Fragrance Cinnamon Bark is the wonderfully rounded and Compelling scent of Cinnamon in its natural state, without any extra added sweeteners. It is one of those smells that just make you happy

  • Cinnamon Bun

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    Cinnamon and sugar, all sticky and sweet. With amazing benefits? Who knew? Dr. Alan Hirsch, Neurologist and Psychiatrist, and Director of Chicago' s Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, discovered that men became sexually stimulated when they smelled the aroma of cinnamon rolls. Available as a Body Lotion

  • Clean Skin

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    What's sexier than clean, post bubble-bath skin? A blend of orange, lemon, white rose, bergamot peach and vanilla, make for the perfect shower-fresh scent. Clean Skin by The Library of Fragrance is a virtually transparent and delicate fragrance. Smells like the best version of you - just better. Available as a Body Lotion

  • Clean Windows

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    You know how it smells right after you have finished cleaning glass and it’s squeaky-clean? Our Clean Windows is just like that moment captured in a bottle, the way only Demeter Fragrance Library can!

  • 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…

  • Cosmopolitan Cocktail

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    We love a good cocktail........ True to the legendary Cosmo, this fragrance is an inviting and refreshing combination of Vodka, Cranberry Juice, a hint of Lime Juice and a touch of Cointreau. Maybe it will evoke memories of a sunset on the pier in sandals, or maybe an elegant black tie affair. Our own favorite…

  • 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…