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Do you want to smell like sushi?

02 Dec
Tasty sushi from Yamoto

Tasty sushi from Yamoto

If smelling like rubber, Russian leather, rye bread, sawdust or Holy water isn’t for you… perhaps you’d prefer to splash on the fresh scent of … sushi?

Demeter Cologne Spray for Women comes in a variety of scents (which are listed on Amazon.com as ‘flavours’) including a sushi variety. Other ‘flavours’ they offer include Dirt, Gingerale, Thunderstorm and Firefly among others (some equally as wacky, while others are more ordinary like peach or daisy). While the Amazon site doesn’t include a description, their website describes the scent as:

“Not what you think it would smell like! Demeter’s Sushi is the fresh scent of just cooked sticky rice and straight from the seaside seaweed, laced with hints of ginger and lemon essences. Simply delectable… after all, if it smelled like fish, would you wear it?”

Demeter Sushi Cologne – image taken directly from their website, apologies if the link breaks in time.

Now, even the scent of sticky rice isn’t something I’d jump on, but I might be up for their violet cologne instead – I’ve been keeping my eyes open for a natural, authentic violet scent for years! For the tea-lovers who read Happy Sushi Belly – maybe the Earl Grey fragrance would appeal to you?

The bummer Рthere are only two stores listed in their directory in Canada Рand both are in Toronto.  Wondering what other bloggers thought about Demeter fragrances? Check out Beauty Addictions, or visit the Culinary Creep.

 
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