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Replace What the Kindle Stole --That One-of-a-Kind Book Smell

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DEPT. OF WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF NEXT?
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When the Kindle kills traditional books altogether, we may no longer be able to enjoy the tactile pleasures of the printed page -- but we'll still be able to luxuriate in the warm, familiar scent of our favorite tomes.

From perfumer Christopher Brosius comes a new fragrance, called "In the Library."

The official description:

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 my favorite novels originally published in 1927. 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.


Yes, for just $65 -- not much more than the price of two hardcover books -- you can enjoy your e-reader without the slightest sacrifice. How come no one thought of this before?
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TAGS:  KINDLE, PERFUME, OLFACTORY BLISS    SOURCE:   CB Perfume

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