i've read this idea from more people. but i think that it just might be the other way around.I think that the way a fragrance is packaged/the color of the juice goes far toward putting it in a context that affects the color we "see" when we smell it.
i mean, if something evokes a certain color, it is common sense to let the juice and/or packaging have that color. and of course, sometimes they just don't get it right.
Last edited by gido; 18th May 2010 at 11:19 AM.