Bizarre fragrance range launches in UK
Forget floral, woody or citrus fragrances – the new trend in the perfume world is bottling scents from the delicious to, well, the downright dirty.
That’s right; Sushi, Mushroom, Pizza, and Saddle are just a few of the odd odours that New York company The Library of Fragrance has created. Dirt, Grass and Tomato were launched in 1996 and gained cult-status in the US, leading the company to expand its line to a whopping 101 scents.
With prices starting at £15 for a 30mL bottle, 28 of the weird scents have just been launched into Boots stores in the UK and are also available for purchase from www.libraryoffragrance.com.
Household smells such as Fireplace, Clean Skin and Laundry also feature in the range, along with more appealing fragrances such as Coconut, Jasmine and Freesia.
“Whether you want to be reminded of Grandpa's tomato greenhouse, or the cocktail you sipped at the beach on your holidays, we have a fragrance to suit,” says The Library of Fragrance brainchild, Mark Crames.
“It's all down to the fact that scent is the strongest trigger of memories and the emotions that each of us have attached to those memories. If the smell of fresh-cut grass reminds you of happy, carefree summer days, so will our 'Grass' fragrance.”
What do you think of this new line of bizarre fragrances? Which one would you like to try?
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