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The Library of Fragrance
Butterscotch 30ml

£15.00

The Library of Fragrance Butterscotch 30ml

The Library of Fragrance
Butterscotch 30ml

£15.00 (P&P Royal Mail 1st Class from £2.81… more info)

Envelop yourself in this smooth, buttery, rich fragrance and enjoy watching the mouths-of-others water!

The primary ingredients in butterscotch are brown sugar and butter. According to the 'Housewife’s Corner' in an 1848 newspaper, the real recipe for making Doncaster butterscotch is one pound of butter, one pound of sugar and a quarter of a pound of treacle - all boiled together.

This tooth-achingly sugary scent perfectly mimics the fragrance of the real sweet treat. Warm, gentle and comforting, it also provides a smooth, sweet base for many other scents to layer over.

Did you know that The Library of Fragrance colognes can be layered to create scents that are unique to you? Mix and match any two, or more, to create combinations for every mood and occasion. Here are some suggestions to try with Butterscotch:

  • To add a clean note, layer with Clean Skin
  • To add a floral note, layer with Peony
  • To add a fresh note, layer with Salt Air
  • To add a fruity note, layer with Fig Leaf
  • To add a green note, layer with Daisy
  • To add a sweet note, layer with Gingerbread
  • To add a woody / spicy note, layer with Amber

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don't believe that fragrance has a gender.

Envelop yourself in this smooth, buttery, rich fragrance and enjoy watching the mouths-of-others water!

The primary ingredients in butterscotch are brown sugar and butter. According to the 'Housewife’s Corner' in an 1848 newspaper, the real recipe for making Doncaster butterscotch is one pound of butter, one pound of sugar and a quarter of a pound of treacle - all boiled together.

This tooth-achingly sugary scent perfectly mimics the fragrance of the real sweet treat. Warm, gentle and comforting, it also provides a smooth, sweet base for many other scents to layer over.

Did you know that The Library of Fragrance colognes can be layered to create scents that are unique to you? Mix and match any two, or more, to create combinations for every mood and occasion. Here are some suggestions to try with Butterscotch:

  • To add a clean note, layer with Clean Skin
  • To add a floral note, layer with Peony
  • To add a fresh note, layer with Salt Air
  • To add a fruity note, layer with Fig Leaf
  • To add a green note, layer with Daisy
  • To add a sweet note, layer with Gingerbread
  • To add a woody / spicy note, layer with Amber

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don't believe that fragrance has a gender.