Winter Woods Scent
Winter Woods Scent is reminiscent of The refreshing scent of a pine forest on a crisp cool holiday morning, with top notes of Orange Zest, Pineapple, and White Fir; mid notes of Douglas Fir Needles, Pimento, and Evergreen; and base notes of Firm Balsam, and Fresh Cut Pine Tree.
Ingredients: Fresh Cut Pine Tree, Pineapple, Douglas Fir Needles, White Fir, Orange Zest, Pimento, Evergreen, Fir Basalm
The crisp smell of pine and fir under a fresh blanket of snow; Winter Woods by Aroma Retail offers a winter ambience like no other. Enjoy the top notes of Orange Zest, Pineapple, and White Fir; mid notes of Douglas Fir Needles, Pimento, and Evergreen; and base notes of Firm Balsam, and Fresh Cut Pine Tree.
I have never met a person that did not enjoy the smell of a pine, spruce, or fir tree. Be it the Christmas tree in your home or a grove of conifer trees in the forest, they smell sharp, sweet, and refreshing. What gives conifer trees their scent? Well, most of that piney odor is due to chemical compounds called terpenes. Terpenes are composed of carbon (C) and hydrogen (H) atoms, and they are built from different numbers of isoprene molecules, which have a chemical formula of C5H8. Small terpenes, known as monoterpenes, contain two isoprene units and have a chemical formula of C10H16. Pinene, which has a piney odor, is a monoterpene. Limonene, which has a citrusy odor, is also a monoterpene. These two molecules, among others, give conifer trees their distinctive scent. Larger terpenes are known as diterpenes, triterpenes, and so forth, and they can take the shape of long chains or rings.