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For me, black tea with milk in it. Or the summer lilac plant (butterfly bushes).
Freshly cut wood, cedar.
Similar i love the smell of a good wood fire. when they burn the underbrush in the fall it's great.
Chocolate is so yummy, and smells great!
It definitely is. I can't go a day without the stuff. XD
Do you like guava? Like do you like guava paste?
I'm not too crazy about guava. At family gatherings, they'd always have these guava puff pastries and after a while, I just got tired of it. Maybe I should try them in something different. Lol
I dunno, I've always had a thing for the smell of guava, and I like that guava paste stuff.
What is it about the smell of coffee beans?
Night-Blooming Jasmine, and the smell of dry earth/soil after receiving the first raindrops of an afternoon drizzle.
I really like the smell of lavender, rose, chamomile, mandarin orange, blood orange, lime, and sometimes patchouli, or sandalwood. Vanilla, and chocolate are lovely smells as well.
Dont judge me
But.... nail salons
I love the fingernail polish remover and the monomer (I think that's what its called)
A car body shop with the paint, thinner and bondo smells. Freshly mowed grass. Bacon. And women.
Gasoline, hand sanitizer, house paint
Gosh, there are so many smells I like
Usually my heart skips a beat at subtle but discernible scents, like those cinnamon broom sticks, or my deodorants which are usually like lavender, rose, I'm even using a mint one that actually *isn't* bad, and especially coffee
Beach themed candles are nice, I grew up by the ocean so I think it's more essential to what I'm used to
Anytime I cook I really enjoy the smells, I use a variety of spices and herbs. Banana bread that's baking always makes my stomach growl lol
Tobacco combined with fake maple syrup and grease. Like a McDonald's from the 80's
Cut grass, plumeria, new car interior.
Vanilla, pumpkin pie, Aloe Vera soap.
I love the smell of any food.
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