Floral

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  • Daisy

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    Demeter’s Daisy is a light, bright floral tinged with green and smells just like the living flower in the wild. Sheer, transparent and slightly sweet, we can’t smell this one without smiling or thinking of sunshine.

  • 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…

  • First Kiss

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    Until now, First Kiss has only been available in Korea. First Kiss was an effort to capture the intensity of the moment of that very special first kiss, with all its deep, dark and swirling energy, and its underlying sweetness.  First Kiss has notes of champagne, sugar and the depths of the Black Pansy.AnonymousKissing is…

  • First Love

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    First Love is an irresistible, unique and unusual light floral combination of lemon zest, jasmine, honeysuckle, water lotus and white rose.We launched First Love several years ago, exclusively in South Korea, and it is so good that wanted to share it.

  • Flowering Tonka

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    Reminiscent of rich vanilla with touches of cinnamon, saffron, almond and clove, the journey of the humble Tonka bean into a staple of perfumery began in 1793, when cultivation of this native South American plant began in France as a tropical tree with beautiful purple flowers, each containing one wrinkled, black bean. Demeter's Flowering Tonka…

  • Frangipani

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    Radiant and captivating, Frangipani is an irresistibly, timeless and enticing fragrance. Nothing evokes that tropical feeling like the serene scent of Demeter's Frangipani. Frangipani also known as Plumeria, is perhaps the queen of all tropical flowers. For centuries, Frangipani has been one of the great plants for human adornment. In modern Polynesian culture, the Frangipani…

  • Freesia

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    While Freesia is a staple floral note in many designer perfumes, at The Library of Fragrance we have isolated Freesia so you can appreciate its delicate beauty by itself. Freesia is a member of the Iridaceae family and is native to South Africa. The flowers are available in Holland year-round with peak availability in March…

  • 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…

  • Gardenia

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    The Library of Fragrance Gardenia is the delicate scent of fresh blooming gardenias still on the bush. Unlike traditional gardenia perfumes, we have created a classic, rich and creamy floral scent inspired by the living flowe , instead of being overpowering. We achieved this by finding a way to remove the chemical Indole, the culprit…

  • Geranium

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    This is scent of the leaves of the scented Geranium. Geranium Bourbon, is a sometimes hard-to-get oil that comes mostly from Reunion Island via Cairo, a big marketer of essential oils. It is so lovely (and scarce) that another fragrance house cornered the supply several years ago, but it hasn't happened again. We have our…

  • Gin & Tonic

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    The cocktail. End of the day slight intoxication: strong, sweet with a sweet-deep juniper finish and citrus twist. A light, crisp fragrance that is right just about any time and anywhere. Our Gin & Tonic is essential refreshment from heat, tropical or otherwise. In the 12th century, records reveal the distillation of the predecessor of…

  • 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