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  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Fresh Hay

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    The smell of fresh cut hay on a hot summer day; does it take you back there, too?

  • Fresh Laundry

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    This is simply the freshest, cleanest scent imaginable. We don't know if anyone can tell us why, but this may be the most comforting, comfortable scent in the Library. And if you can tell us, please drop us a note. J.F. Cantrell, having noticed that personal washing machines are a luxury many of his neighbors…

  • 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…

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    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…

  • Gingerale

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    Enjoy the dry, not-too-sweet freshness of The Library of Fragrance Gingerale, any time, anywhere. Real bubbles up your nose. Yes, the real feeling of the bubbles. We worked on it for years before we released it to get it just right. How we do that will have to remain our secret. Try a whiff and…

  • 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…

  • Grass

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    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…

  • 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,…