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  • Amber

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    A Legendary Scent.Envelop yourself in our version of this exotic and alluring scent. Since antiquity, amber, has been a valued perfume ingredient. Labeled an aphrodisiac with mystical powers, this warm, rich, honey-like, scent is gently dusted with earth and sensual oriental hints. Clean and aromatic it evokes the subtle, spicy warmth of twilight.

  • Blue Fraser

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    The Library of Fragrance Blue Spruce is a very deep blue-green scent, powerful and enveloping. Enticing anytime, Blue Spruce is particularly well suited for winter.More complex than many other fragrances in The Library, but still linear, this evergreen and ozone scent delivers a true winter experience.

  • 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…

  • Cannabis Flower

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    At The Library of Fragrance, we do not involve ourselves with the politics, but with the beautiful scent of the Cannabis Flower. Slightly floral, slightly spicy, but unmistakably Cannabis, this fragrance has a deep and penetrating beauty. Cannabis is the most durable of the hemp plants, and it produces the toughest cloth, called `canvass.' Canvass…

  • Cedar

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    Cedar is one of the oldest ingredients used in fragrance, with a distributive woody scents that cannot really be broken down much further. The Library of Fragrance Cedar uses natural cedar from Virginia to create a smooth and eminently wearable fragrance.

  • 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…

  • 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,…

  • Fig Leaf

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    Ficus is the genus of approximately 800 species of vines, spreading trees, or shrubs more commonly known as fig trees. These woody plants have been cultivated for thousands of years and prized for their edible fruit, which may be eaten fresh, dried, or preserved. Being one of the first fruit trees to be domesticated by…

  • 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…

  • Foolproof Blending Trio – Bonfire, Fireplace, Amber

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    Classic and warm, the three scents in this Foolproof Blending trio work equally well for women and men. Smoke and Incense are some of my favorite notes to work with and wear, especially in colder weather. These scents not only stand up to the colder weather, but also give you a warm, cozy sense of…

  • Four Leaf Clover

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    Rocky, rich, deep and green, The Library of Fragrance Clover is a celebration of not just the Clover, but the rugged and untamed nature of the Irish countryside. The 3 leaf Clover, or Shamrock, is a symbol closely associated with Ireland, and thus St. Patrick's Day, although its origins as such are a bit shrouded by…

  • Frankincense

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    The Library of Fragrance Frankincense is a full, rich, woody, spicy expression of a classic fragrance note. So classic, that the Bible mentions it as one of the three types of gifts the wise men gave to the baby Jesus.Frankincense is tapped from the scraggly but hardy Boswellia sacra trees by slashing the bark, which is…