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    Default Fragrances that evoke images of past exploration.

    Something that smells like you are on a voyage aboard the Santa Maria with none other than Columbus himself. The crisp breeze of the ocean air, the wafting fragrances as you approach the new land, the woody smell of the boat, etc. I'm also looking for a good summer scents that remind you of a good Caribbean day on the beach or beachside bar.
    Last edited by mrshackleford; 6th January 2009 at 05:31 PM.

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    Default Re: Fragrances that evoke images of past exploration.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrshackleford View Post
    Something that smells like you are on a voyage aboard the Santa Maria with none other than Columbus himself. The crisp breeze of the ocean air, the wafting fragrances as you approach the new land, the woody smell of the boat, etc.
    None other thane Erolfa, that's almost exactly the situation it conjures in my head when I smell it. Fantastic juice!

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    Default Re: Fragrances that evoke images of past exploration.

    Maestrale. Like what you described, but with Columbus in a very sleek tux instead.

    See http://www.luckyscent.com/shop/detai...ection=1&rv=on

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    Default Re: Fragrances that evoke images of past exploration.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrshackleford View Post
    Something that smells like you are on a voyage aboard the Santa Maria with none other than Columbus himself. The crisp breeze of the ocean air, the wafting fragrances as you approach the new land, the woody smell of the boat, etc.
    Try Eternal Return by CB I Hate Perfume. From the CB I Hate perfume site

    "Eternal Return is the scent of sailing toward the shore. It is a blend of Fresh Ocean Air, Wooden Ship and a faint hint of Cypress Trees growing on the cliff above the water..."
    Last edited by surreality; 6th January 2009 at 11:15 PM.
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