CB I Hate Perfume In the Library (100ml)
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There are few things more wonderful than the smell of a much-loved book. Newly printed books certainly smell very different from older ones. Their ink is so crisp though the odor of their paper is so faint.Older books smell riper and often sweeter. Illustrated books have a very different odor from those with straight text and this smell often speaks of their quality. And then of course there are the scents of different bindings: the glues, the leathers, the cloths and boards, even the paperbacks all have very unique characteristics and add an extra dash of personality to an otherwise mundane object. To many of course, these various bookish odors mean nothing. But to an avid reader and collector these smells are as magical as the bouquet of a great wine is to a connoisseur. In the Library is a warm blend of English Novel*, Russian & Moroccan Leather Bindings, Worn Cloth and a hint of Wood Polish *The main note in this scent was copied from one of Mr. Brosius' favorite novels originally published in 1927. As he states, "I happened to find a signed first edition in pristine condition many years ago in London. I was more than a little excited because there were only ever a hundred of these in the first place. It had a marvelous warm woody slightly sweet smell and I set about immediately to bottle it."
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