May 25, 2006

Stink Like Scotch with Whisky Perfume

mmmm...stinkyWhat would you say if we told you there's a new perfume in the works, designed to make you smell similar to a glass of Lagavulin? Thats the rumor we're hearing about the Spirit of Scotland, a new scent from the Highlands. We have to say we're intrigued, but we generally prefer to stink of booze the old fashioned way, by drinking it. Guess it takes all kinds.

Apparently, it has smoky, peaty notes with floral overtones. Honestly, it seems like you wouldn't want to walk around smelling like whisky all day, so it's probably just as well that the perfume is not an exact match for the spirit. Of course, if you already walk around smelling like whisky and are looking for a way to hide that, this could be the perfect product.
Slashfood - Get into the spirit with whisky perfume

Thanks for the tip, Super Weiss

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at May 25, 2006 6:49 AM
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If it in fact smells like Lagavulin, then sign me up. If Glenfiddich, not so much.


Posted by: Sean at May 27, 2006 10:01 PM
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