What would your fragrance be like?

Xstr8edgtnrdrmrX

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I am definitely a fresh linen person. When I get any kind of smelly thing - car things, candles etc - it is always fresh linen or something related to that smell

so that and the pine forest thing
 

NouveauCliche

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Being in New Mexico - I'm going to claim Roasted Green Chile.


If you aren't familiar with this smell - you're missing out...but it's a season thing down here. The chile is harvested and sold fresh - but around a lot of grocery stores, etc. they have this big drum shaped roasters that they put the chile in over flames and it roasts the chile for use or for freezing and it's the best smell ever.
 

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Ransan

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Being in New Mexico - I'm going to claim Roasted Green Chile.


If you aren't familiar with this smell - you're missing out...but it's a season thing down here. The chile is harvested and sold fresh - but around a lot of grocery stores, etc. they have this big drum shaped roasters that they put the chile in over flames and it roasts the chile for use or for freezing and it's the best smell ever.
Agreed!
I’ve lived in Clayton where I’ve met the Hatch Chili’s and love them.

Living in Pueblo our city gets to host (my favorite event) Chili Festival coming up this month. Having Pueblo’s and Anaheim’s all year here is a treat.

My grandma from Las Vegas, NM loves Anaheim’s, and twice a year I’m taking her and other older relatives (also from Vegas) roasted chilies usually split from the 25 lb roasted bushel.
 

NouveauCliche

Senior Member
Agreed!
I’ve lived in Clayton where I’ve met the Hatch Chili’s and love them.

Living in Pueblo our city gets to host (my favorite event) Chili Festival coming up this month. Having Pueblo’s and Anaheim’s all year here is a treat.

My grandma from Las Vegas, NM loves Anaheim’s, and twice a year I’m taking her and other older relatives (also from Vegas) roasted chilies usually split from the 25 lb roasted bushel.
Oh coooooool!!!

Yea man - that's awesome. Love us some chili - my mom is bringing over some green chile chicken enchiladas as we speak! haha
 

Cmdr. Ross

Silver Member
I'm a Duke Cannon guy. Love their Sawtooth scent.
Sawtooth 3.jpg
 

Doraemon

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I don’t like perfume, but maybe I’d sell an unscented one. People buy canned air these days, so why not. It would be expensive.
 

acsunda

Junior Member
I think my scent would be wood smoke and survival skills.
 

Otto

Platinum Member
..I got it...

"Old Man"

...its kinda like old-spice but not really pleasant.
 

Hewitt2

Senior Member
..I got it...

"Old Man"

...its kinda like old-spice but not really pleasant.

Your underlying assumption being that old spice is "pleasant" and not the olfactory equivalent of a scurvy-ridden sea captain wearing out his last pair of knickers 😆👍
 
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