Jan
21

Spectacular New Fragrances at Natures Garden

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Cream SodaSpectacular New Fragrances at Natures Garden

Natures Garden Mt. Dew Type Fragrance:  Soda with a jolt, this classic lemon/lime fizzy pop is so good you will swear you can smell the caffeine and feel the bubbles tickle your nose.

Natures Garden Fierce Male fragrance:  Citrusy top-notes of orange, lemon and lime, leading to middle notes of rosemary, jasmine, lily of the valley, vetiver  and rose and finishing a woody, oakmoss and white musk base note.

An NG Original Scent!  Natures Garden Hot Pink Pomegranate Fragrance:  A sparkling, bright pomegranate having a tart citrus and pomegranate top note, a slightly floral heart of jasmine and violet leaf, and finishing with a spicy ginger and woody, twig like base note.

 Natures Garden Jelly Bean Fragrance:  A burst of luscious fruity tones teases the senses with this gourmand confection. Wild cherry balances with ripe peach and tangy strawberry for the candy sensation at the fragrance heart. Hints of cinnamon boost the cherry, as a smooth combination of vanilla and musk creates sugary undertones.

An NG Original!  Natures Garden Drag Strip Fragrance: The raw smell of a hot summer day at the racetrack!  Notes of burnt rubber, motor oil and high performance racing fuel make this the perfect grease-monkey fragrance!!

 Natures Garden Cream Soda Fragrance:  An old fashioned soda shop classic having all the bubbly notes frothing over the glass with the truly characteristic, caramelized sugar and vanilla cream aroma.

 An NG Original Fragrance!  Natures Garden Pizza fragrance-   You’ve tried the rest, now try the best!!  The local brick oven pizza shop with its aromatic notes of garlic, oregano, tomatoes, cheese, pepperoni and doughy crust will have you calling the pizza delivery guy; hopefully, in 30 minutes or less!!

 An NG Original Scent!  Natures Garden Tea Leaf Papaya Fragrance: Tropical passionfruit, mango, papaya and tea leaf open this fragrance, having floral middle notes of canna lily, rose, white orchid, and water hyacinth and finishing with a soft, ambery, driftwood dry down.

 An NG Original Scent!  Natures Garden Aloe Vera Clay Fragrance: A green, refreshingly clean fragrance with a sparkling splash of lime and peach blossom, leading to a floral bouquet of rose, desert jasmine and lily of the valley, and finishing with an ambery, musky, tumbleweed dry-down.

Natures Garden Juicy Lemon Fragrance:  A tart, juicy lemon so good it will make you pucker, with a distinct lemon citron top note, a lilac nuance and lemon rind middle note, finishing with a gingery, woody base note.

Natures Garden Rosemary Mint Fragrance:  A crisp, minty herbal type with a peppermint and spearmint top note, a slightly herbaceous floral and rosemary middle note and a soft woody dry down.

Natures Garden Rosemary Fragrance:  This fragrance contains high levels of essential oil of rosemary.  A cool, crisp herbal having camphoraceous eucalyptus notes rounded out with coriander and rosemary.

 Natures Garden Hot Maple Toddy Fragrance:  A warm, after dinner drink with pronounced notes of maple and rum, leading to a buttery, creamy vanilla and caramelized sugar base note.

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  1. Tessagrace

    I bought a big bottle on sale of the “Blue Raspberry” CO from NG and really don’t like the fragrance – it smells more like the leaves from a Raspberry plan rather than the raspberries themselves. Any idea what fragrance I could mix to make this smell sweeter? Thank you!

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  2. Deborah Ward Post author

    Hi! This fragrance was a closeout fragrance that was never in our actual line of fragrances. You could mix some vanilla bean fragrance oil to it. This would make it sweeter smelling. Let me know how it works out! Smiles! Deborah

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