Ever since then, I've wondered what other ingredients would be as effective a fragrance? A refreshing breeze of peppermint? Or perhaps the subtle aroma of banana and cream?
Or am I getting creepy?
Not at all, Edvard!
I don't wear flower scents, primarily because of allergies.
But I also know that when they say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, it's 100% true..and you can get there through his nose too (not just by cooking him some food)
So all of my perfumes are food related scents that don't make people want to sneeze.
My collection contains chocolate, butter cookie, green tea & cucumber, green tomato (smells like the leaves of the plant), licorice, orange mango (smells like an orange creamcicle), caramel, pear, alpine mint (smells like the plant), white tea & ginger, gingerbread, pumpkin, orange (exactly the same scent you get while peeling an orange), grapefruit, coconut, cannoli, and a bunch more.
Almost all of them are naturally scented, so they don't smell cheap & phony.
So when I said that Dunkin Donuts should bottle that scent, I was being serious. I'd buy it.