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  • 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…

  • Honey

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    We think this scent is lick-able; just sex in a bottle. Sugary dripping nectar, the result of the love affair between blossoms and bees. There are hundreds of varieties all over the world and you can eat it straight from the honeycomb. Cave people ate it Spain. The ancient Egyptians loved and revered it. And…

  • Jasmine

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    Jasmine JazzedThe Library of Fragrance Jasmine is an exotic, sweet, warm floral bouquet. It is the experience of the living flowers picked on a beautiful spring night. Captivating and seductive, we’ve taken our original scent and made it even better.One of the flowers most valued by perfumers, and grown in Grasse, France, its mood-inducing scent is…

  • Lemon merengue

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    Lemon Meringue by The Library of Fragrance is a bright and bold full-bodied lemon scent without any of the bitterness or shrillness that lemon can have. It has creamy vanilla undertones without becoming sugary or sweet. The fresh lemon cream is the star of this beautifully balanced fragrance. The chemistry of Meringue is quite fascinating.…

  • Linen

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    The Library of Fragrance Linen is exactly what you expect - clean, crisp, sheer, transparent, and oh, so lovely. Think of the best crisp, linen sheets you ever experienced on a warm summer's eve. That is the experience we sought to capture here. Linen is actually one of the oldest textiles in the world, made through…

  • Liquorice

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    Mmmmm....candy, tell me more.........Well, I can tell you that Demeter's Licorice is just that-the scent of black licorice twists, just like when we were kids. Licorice is a botanical, a shrub native to southern Europe and Asia, the roots of which have two primary desirable qualities: first, some varieties of licorice root are fifty times…

  • Mahogany

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    A deep, rich, full bodied exotic wood scent, with a touch of spice. Pretty much what a man should smell like.

  • Mango

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    This fragrance is really subtle and fruity, fresh not syrupy or overly sweet. It makes us want to go back to Cozumel. Now! Mangoes are one of the most popular tropical fruits. It's been grown in India since before 2000 B.C.. In fact, in Indian Vedic literature the Mango is spoken of as a blessed…

  • Moonbeam

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    A fascinating and unique "foody floral" that opens with Vanilla and Chocolate, then combines with green leaves, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Amber and precious Woods, The Library of Fragrance Moonbeam captures the dual nature of the moonbeam, reflecting elements of both the innocence of light and the passion of night. Inspired by the poetry of…

  • Mountain Air

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    Crisp, clean and cool mountain air. Endless evergreen. Crystal clear water. This fragrance is a personal attempt to capture one of the most amazing vacations of my life. Alaskan license plates read "The Last Frontier”, and they speak the truth. The scope and majesty of the place is impossible to capture, but it was too…

  • Nutmeg Ice Cream

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    Soothe your heart and soul with the warm, fragrant scent of The Library of Fragrance Nutmeg Ice Cream. Enveloped in fresh cream and garnished with a touch of sugar, that’s just enough to remove any bitterness, but not enough to make the fragrance sweet. Fragrant Nutmeg is the star here, but balanced to be wearable.…

  • Ocean

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    Ah, this fragrance is no more or less than "the breath of the sea". Simple: sun, salt, sand............lovely. Oceans cover 65% of the earth so the next time your near one......do a comparison for us. Meanwhile, take our Ocean with you wherever you, as a small reminder every day how invigorating the ocean can be.