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Water Mint Sake

June 11, 2007

Water Mint Sake has a combination of Water Mint and Orange coupled with a touch of Vanilla. Water Mint Sake is a strongly scented perennial mint from Europe and Asia sprouting densely crowded lilac-colored flowers with a perfume like that of the bergamot orange. Intertwined with the crisp nuances of sake and a touch of vanilla and sandalwood, Water Mint Sake is a refreshing and uplifting sensory experience. Further enhancing its appeal is the clear fill which gives it a clean, minimalist look along with steel grey packaging.

The Gourmet Kitchen collection consists of: antibacterial hand wash, antibacterial counter spray, hand lotion, antibacterial liquid soap, intensive hand repair with shea butter, after-cooking hand deodorizer, room spray, and gift sets.

The Gourmet Kitchen Collection is also available in: White Ginger Vanilla—hints of sandalwood and citrus combined with white ginger and vanilla creating a warm relaxing scent; Wasabi Green Tea—leafy greens combine with citrus and green tea to create a clean, soothing fragrance and Lemongrass Saffron—blends of cucumber and verbena combine with lemongrass saffron to create a crisp, refreshing scent.
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