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  • Blackberry Pie

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    A light and sheer citrus fragrance, Blackberry Pie has unusual body and depth. The depth comes from the wild blackberry, which is the center of this fragrance, supported by peach and topped with lemon. It is unusual to center a fragrance around blackberry, and that unique perspective is both apparent and well served in this…

  • Blood Lime

    From: 5,00 

    A citrus hybrid, Blood Lime produces a balanced scent of Blood Orange and Lime. While it looks like a regular lime outside, the flesh is red, like a blood orange. The blood lime is a cross between the red finger lime and the Ellendale Mandarin hybrid, which is itself a sweet orange/mandarin cross. The Blood…

  • Blue Fraser

    From: 5,00 

    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.

  • Blue Fraser Shower Gel

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    The Library of Fragrance Blue Spruce Shower Gel 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.

  • Blueberry

    From: 5,00 

    An enticing and wearable mixture inspired by the deep fruit juice extract of the blueberry. This is a truly an American scent. Held in very high esteem by the American Indian, the wild blueberry forms a five-point star that the "Great Spirit" sent to relieve hunger. Indians also used blueberries for medicinal purposes and made…

  • Bonfire

    From: 5,00 

    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…

  • Brownie

    From: 5,00 

    Based on memories of special afternoon when we came home to grandma baking in the kitchen, The Library of Fragrance Brownie is rich, deep and of course, chocolaty. These days, however, the most important part of the experience is that The Library of Fragrance Brownie has NO CALORIES. The name Brownie comes from the deep…

  • Bubble Gum

    From: 5,00 

    As the relationship between scent and memory is one of the cornerstones of the The Library of Fragrance, a fragrance inspired by Bazooka Bubble Gum was a natural. Bazooka, with its distinctive name, taste, and red, white and blue logo and packaging, soon became a familiar part of Americana. As a matter of fact, a…

  • Bubbly

    From: 5,00 

    Tiny bubbles... ?? It captures the delicate scent of this bubbly white wine, with a hint of fruit, and maybe a bit more sweetness than Brut implies. Brut refers to the extremely dry quality of the wine, which means that the wine lacks residual sugar, or sweetness. Champagne, France, is home to the bottle beverage…

  • Bulgarian Rose

    From: 5,00 

    The softest, gentlest Rose scent imaginable, our version of Bulgarian Rose is delightfully authentic and precious. Harvested by hand, Bulgarian Rose oil, also known as "liquid gold", takes more than 1300 rose blossoms to create one gram of rose oil! Available as a Body Lotion

  • Bulgarian Rose Body Lotion

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    The softest, gentlest Rose scent imaginable, our version of Bulgarian Rose is delightfully authentic and precious. Harvested by hand, Bulgarian Rose oil, also known as "liquid gold", takes more than 1300 rose blossoms to create one gram of rose oil! Body Lotion

  • Butterscotch

    From: 5,00 

    Smooth, buttery and rich, this warm and delectable blend is in the best The Library of Fragrance gourmand tradition. The primary ingredients in Butterscotch are brown sugar and butter. According to "Housewife's Corner" in an 1848 newspaper, the real recipe for "making Doncaster butterscotch is one pound of butter, one pound of sugar and a…