on Mar 16, 2011 @ 10:21 am|
Lithuania has launched its own national scent, called The Scent of Lithuania. It was even made by storied French perfumer Galimard and has notes of sandalwood, musk and cedar. Sounds like it could smell decent, not like something you buy at a souvenir stand.
If Canada or the U.S. had their own national fragrances, what notes would each have?
I am thinking maple and something smokey for Canada.
|So cool! on Mar 16, 2011 @ 10:28 am|
I would love a Canadian scent! I`m a huge fan of where you`re going with the smoky maple. I`m not a huge fan of the flowery scents, I lean more towards deeper scents that are sexy and almost unisex with amber, vanilla or maybe a fresh woods scent.