‘The funny thing about scent is how difficult it is to describe and yet how much meaning it lends to a memory. Much like how Patrick Süskind poetically put it in Perfume; ‘all the grotesque incongruities between the richness of the world perceived by smell and the poverty of language.’  I always be reminded of my childhood when Jasmine arises, as my father used to buy my sisters and I, garlands of jasmine to wear when we were small. I suppose it’s the commonality and familiarity of scents which pull us all together and really bring nostalgia into being.’