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Antica Farmacista

May 5, 2008

As the snow melts away and bits of green peek out from the frost, we’re reminded of evenings spent outdoors, blankets used simply as picnic seating and the fresh scent of the new season. With this spirit of renewal in mind, Antica Farmacista takes home ambiance to the next level with an inventive new fragrance for Spring 2008, Blades of Grass. This quintessential seasonal fragrance captures a fresh, sweet and clean green scent. Notes of bright green grass and a complex citrus blend of grapefruit, lemon and lime mingle beautifully with hints of cucumber, neroli and lavender florals. Next, subtle notes of rosemary and citronella, which contain properties said to repel summertime bugs and insects, are a pleasant and practical addition to the scent. A mellow drydown of soft vanilla musk finishes the fragrance. More info: www.anticafarmacista.com
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