Brand: Possets

Scent Description: One of the most daring fragrances I have ever created, this one starts out with a crystallized vanilla which IÂ had to bring back to life, then there is a hint of turbinado sugar, and a large dose of an accord I got based on wheat (there is no wheat in it, it’s the essence of the fragrance of wheat blossoms), and a small amount of a whiskey-like addition. Very comforting and sweet but dry is the only way I can explain this scent. It is a real morpher and I am sure that it changes considerably on anyone who wears it. Named after a state with is noted for comfort rather than cutting edge, this fragrance may fool you just like the real place! Iowa busts all of the myths about it’s being staid. It’s wild. Very much like having a passionate fling in a cornfield. Perfect for fall

Released: Permanent Blends

2 thoughts on “Iowa”

  1. On me this starts out smelling of lightly caramelized popcorn. The corn note in this bad boy is the first to go at around 20 minutes into the wear time. At this point, something begins to develop and the only way that I can think to describe it is musty. I’m not a fan of this faze but it fades in about 20 to 30 minutes. It ends up smelling like a sugared vanilla scent that sticks close to my skin.

  2. Yeah, wow. That description makes a ton of sense. Overwhelmingly, it smells like a ton of toasted sugar, vanilla, and corn. There is a caramelized edge to it that’s really interesting.

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