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Paul McBride

Love trying raw ingredients in the Academy course. Raw Patchouli brought back memories of childhood walks in the forest.

Jayne Boyd

Peat Moss.

Alenja Winterfeld

Fresh air, grass, blossoms – summers in Germany visiting family!

Vesselina Vladimirova

I am still in search for the jasmine that my friend who was 8 years old brought to Bulgaria from her aunt in Paris 1992.

Alexandra

The smell of white roses, my grandfather used to grow flowers in his garden and name the flowers after his grandchildren. So when ever I came home I would be able to go and smell “Alexandra” my personal rose. 

Karen Cullen

Making fragrance from my mother’s rose bushes when I was a child – I had so much fun with my friends picking the petals and bottling the fragrance to sell to our family, friends, and neighbours! 

Marie Trivino

I remember the smell of orange flower on fresh crepes we had after a cold day playing outside when I was a child.

Jo Foot

Rose petals in water takes me straight back to making flying potions in my garden as a little girl, back to a time when quite literally anything seemed possible.

Helena Kaloupschi

My “Madeline of Proust” is the garden of my great grandmother – a real pleasure for the senses. Lilac dropping in the stream making the air fresh while playing in the water. Playing in the sheets drying under the sun. Laying on the fresh grass feeling comfortable and the sun. Rich, refreshing, comfortable, cocooning feelings that I cherish.

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