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Scents of the Bible, Biblical Fragrance

If Cleanliness Is Next to Godliness, Where Does Perfume Fit In?

Last month I told you about Virtue, a Christian fragrance. This weekend I came across Holyland Perfume and Cologne, which makes such olfactorily ambiguous scents as King David Cologne and Essence of Jerusalem Purse Spray. According to the company, the bottles were crafted to resemble ancient perfume bottles dug up by archaeologists in Israel, and the scents were inspired by flowers and plant essences mentioned in the Bible. I will concede that Rose of Sharon smelled delicious, but how do you feel about smelling Biblical?

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JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
That is so strange. They will try anything to get you to buy things won't they?
0037sammie 0037sammie 7 years
er, WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? No! Its just...wrong! That, and the bottle looks gross. The times are a'changing- I dont think that the mass market would buy into a product like this. Come to think of it, it would be difficult to sell to a niche market too...
LisaKate LisaKate 7 years
um no thanks
LisaKate LisaKate 7 years
um no thanks
Pink_Anya Pink_Anya 7 years
This is ridiculous! Plus the bottle is Hideous lol
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
Silly, although packaging is creative.

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