Book Store Scent
Book Store's Scent A sophisticated experience of paper pulp and leather from an old-school library, with notes of thyme, mild floral citrus and spices, paper, leather, amber, and woods. This complex blend also includes notes of basil, saffron, violet, jasmine, rose, amber, musk, cedarwood, patchouli, and vanilla.
Ingredients: Paper, Basil, Violet, Patchouli, Leather, Saffron, Jasmine, Thyme, Citrus, Musk, Vanilla, Amber, Cedarwood, Rose
Bookstores offer an atmosphere like no other. The enjoyment of sitting with a captivating book in front of the window, offers a sense of peace like no other. Book Store by Aroma Retail brings back childhood memories of old classics, sitting on your grandfather’s shelf. Book Store is a sophisticated experience, reminiscent of simpler days. Bookstores (called bookshops in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and most of the Commonwealth, apart from Canada) may be either part of a chain, or local independent bookstores. Stores can range in size offering from several hundred to several hundred thousand titles. They may be brick and mortar stores or internet only stores or a combination of both. Sizes for the larger bookstores exceed half a million titles. Bookstores often sell other printed matter besides books, such as newspapers, magazines and maps; additional product lines may vary enormously, particularly among independent bookstores. Colleges and universities often have bookstores on campus that focus on providing course textbooks and scholarly books, and often also sell other supplies and logo merchandise. Many on-campus bookstores are owned or operated by large commercial chains such as WHSmith or Waterstone's in the United Kingdom, or Barnes & Noble College Booksellers in the United States.