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Old 09-25-2004, 02:37 PM   #1
 
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What are some of your favorite aromas/smells?

BACON in the frying pan and coffee brewing.

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Old 09-25-2004, 02:39 PM   #2
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coffee. might not drink the stuff anymore, but that is such a great smell.
and sage. but let's not get me started on the sage.
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funny, i don't really like sage to eat that much, but i love it burned as an incense, along with sweetgrass (good for your karma). lol, don't let your karma run over your dogma....

oh, i normally don't like smelly candles, but dw got one from a winery upstate that's really good. it's raspberry/merlot smelling. sooo good.

i like vanilla scented candles too, and pear as well.
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hey, buckytom, they burn sage at phish shows. man, that heady aroma could make me just sigh with happiness...
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homemade bread baking
apple pie fresh from the oven
plumerias
horse barns
Carnegie Deli (Manhattan)
Wood smoke from maple syrup fires
evergreen air in the puget sounds
pine-sol
burberry
Belinda's Dream roses
fresh uni!
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oh, audeo, you just reminded me of hiking through a balsam fir forest.

btw, don't ever buy pine tree incense. it smells like christmas trees on fire, like a really bad christmas.
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lol.. Christmas could never be bad!

I also love the smell of fresh leaf basil!
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hey, buckytom, they burn sage at phish shows. man, that heady aroma could make me just sigh with happiness...
ehem, yes, right, it's the sage burning that makes you sigh with happiness. and crave pizza and fudge. me too !!!! 8)
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the air after it rains
fresh cut grass
babies' heads
grated mutmeg (nutmeg too)
onions and celery frying together
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Bridget, when she comes back from the groomer - she smells like an angel.
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