Brand: Solstice Scents
A cloudless night dotted with stock-still stars gleaming with such ferocity as only can be seen in the open country. Crisp fall air carries on it the scents of the bustling Autumn Festival held at the Foxcroft fairgrounds. Dazzling colors, scents of sugared delights and a myriad of sounds overwhelm and delight the senses. Pink cotton candy pillows adorn needle thin sticks accompanied by large frosty vanilla cream sodas. Sticky vanilla salt water taffy and Gridling’s funnel cakes blanketed in confectioner’s sugar threaten to send blood sugar soaring far past the top of the Ferris wheel and on towards Polaris. The fresh outdoor autumn air weaves around the sweet treats with a hint of dirt, leaves and moss laced with woodsmoke. In a quiet corner of the fairground, a fortune is waiting to be told. Exotic tendrils of incense escape from underneath the tent flaps, swirling around you and beckoning you to enter.
Foxcroft Fairgrounds is an olfactory kaleidoscope that is full of rich atmosphere. On initial application, a beautiful autumn air accord emerges while hugging a core of a deliciously crafted pink cotton candy accord and vanilla cream soda. The autumn air carries notes of dirt, leaves and moss laced with soft woodsmoke. Hints of vanilla salt water taffy and golden brown funnel cakes coated with powdered sugar dart around the edges after a few minutes. The cotton candy pushes toward the front and remains at the core of the scent through most of the wear time. On the fringes of the cotton candy core you will get different whiffs of notes each time you smell it. A soft exotic incense note blows through on one sniff, autumn air or sweet woodsmoke may entrance you on another. Cake and cotton candy may dance intimately at a later time. With 30 notes, Foxcroft Fairgrounds has plenty of layers to unfold and journey with. This is the kaleidoscope of scents at the festival, intended to mirror the sights and smells for an olfactory synesthesia that is a fun and fascinating experience.
Released: Foxcroft’s Autumn Festival