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  • Beeswax

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    The intoxicating scent of wax, honey and flower pollens is an irresistible call to the good life. Beeswax creates powerful memories of hot summer days and the freshest air imaginable, outdoors and far away from the urban sprawl. Breathe Deeply. Relax. Repeat.

  • 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!

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Fireplace

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    The method of using wood for heating homes and offices is almost as old as dirt. It was during the Victorian era, however, when fireplaces started gaining popularity. During that time, people felt that in addition to the production of heat, fireplaces added a touch of class, providing homes a cozy, quaint environment. Over the…

  • Funeral Home

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    Funeral Home is a blend of classic white flowers including lilies, carnations, gladiolus, chrysanthemums with stems and leaves, with a hint of mahogany and oriental carpet. This scent actually started out to be Flower Show. However, our founding perfumer personally did NOT like most white flowers so this was a tough fragrance for him to…

  • Grass

    From: 5,00 

    Playing in it. Lying on it. Even mowing it. Grass smells wonderful. In Library of Fragrance Grass Pick-Me-Up Cologne, we have captured the freshness and sweetness of a freshly mowed lawn. Centipede grass, the most widely used lawn grass in the southeast United States, has something of a romantic history. Around 1918, the U.S. Department…

  • Greenhouse

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    Simple. Leaves, blooms, and the wonderful smell of humidity. Yes, humidity has a smell component - think about it. We wanted to combine those three odors in one bottle, and we did it! Tell us what you think. by William Cowper Who loves a garden loves a greenhouse too

  • Holy Smoke

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    Incense used in the Catholic Church is a granulated aromatic resin, obtained from certain trees in Eastern and tropical countries, especially from those of the terebinth family. At Demeter, we find the scent so pleasing; we made it available all the time, every day. When sprinkled upon a glowing coal in the "censer (a bowl,…

  • Holy Water

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    We actually have good memories of church. The porcelain font, ozone scented water, oak scented pew - all mingled. Lovely, we think. To capture this scent, imagine an old European church, in a small town off the beaten track. This is the scent of the blessed water you might find there in an old stone…