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  • Black Pepper

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    Luxurious, subtle and mysterious, like the peppercorns themselves, Black Pepper is both intoxicatingly fragrant and sensual. Black pepper's pungent bite comes from the alkaloids - piperine and piperidine, combined with resins found mostly in the seeds. Its aromatic, slightly musty odor comes from the volatile oils found largely in the flesh and skin. These are…

  • 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…

  • Chamomile tea

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    The Library of Fragrance Chamomile Tea is a special oil blended from Egyptian Chamomile, with its large, bright flowers. It produces a fragrant cologne worthy of its storied past. We find it as relaxing as the real thing. The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper There isn’t enough Chamomile tea in the world to quell…

  • 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

  • Cranberry

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    Cranberries are one of only three fruits native to North America -- the other two are blueberries and Concord grapes. This tasty little berry was a staple in the diets of American Indians long before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. They used cranberry juice to dye their rugs and blankets a colorful red. And,…

  • 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,…

  • 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…

  • Fuzzy Sweater

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    Warm, enveloping and inviting while remaining light and understated. This fragrance will make you feel like you just put on your favorite fuzzy sweater.

  • Giant Sequoia

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    Think BIG! A big, bold, fresh evergreen and woody fragrance capturing the unique scent of the majestic Giant Sequoia. These trees are generally considered the largest living organisms on earth. It is hard to be anything but awed in their presence. With Giant Sequoia from The Library of Fragrance, we have captured the scent of…

  • Golden Delicious Apple

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    In Greek mythology, "golden apples" were probably quinces, since the Golden Delicious and other similar colored apple cultivars were not available then. Thus, the tale of Hercules and the golden apples is probably a misnomer (Greeks often referred to tree fruits generically as "apples"). With Golden Delicious from The Library of Fragrance, you can create…

  • Grape Leaf

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    The Library of Fragrance Grape Leaf is rich, full and fresh, inspired by a drive through the Napa Valley in California. When we got onto the road, just above Napa, right about at Yountville, we rolled down the car windows. In flooded that wonderful odor of grape leaves baking in the sun. It was unlike…