Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Cooking Up Scents

The aroma of freshly baked Christmas goods wafts throughout the house on Christmas Day. You've taken great care with your appearance, decked head to toe in your best jewellery and freshly pressed clothes. Don't forget to wear a fine fragrance, something scrumptious that won't conflict with the yummy scents of the season.

Gingerbread cookies, real butter shortbread and fruity Christmas cake are all on the menu. Here's some delicious fragrances that are almost good enough to eat but won't conflict with your holiday dinner. Please click on the photos to visit each perfume.

Fougere Bengale by Parfum d'Empire
 Fougere Bengale

A mouthwatering blend of tonka bean, lavender and gingerbread, with tobacco notes to enjoy with the after-dinner apertif.

Coco Figue by Comptoir Sud Pacifique
Coco Figue
A delightfully sweet confection. Contains edible ingredients of fig, vanilla, coconut and almonds. 

Bois et Fruits by Serge Lutens
Bois et Fruits

A rich sweet concoction full of fruit and spices. Filled with fig, plum, apricot and cedarwood.

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