Top 5 Most Bizarre Fragrances

Friday, January 6, 2012

5. Vulva Fragrance

Vulva Original is an actual scented product with a vaginal odor that is specifically described as “not being a perfume.” The scent is intended to “stimulate the one who wears it rather than someone else.” While most perfume products act as “odor cues” and are used to improve ones personal odor in order to become more attractive or social acceptable, Vulva Original is designed to be consumed by its owner by applying a drop of it to skin for sniffing it immediately after.

4. Funeral Home Scent

Demeter’s Fragrance Library carries a plethora of bizarre and oddball scents in the form of Colognes, Shower Gel, and Body Lotions that “harken back to childhood memories.” One of their strangest scents is the “Funeral Home,” a blend of classic white flowers: lilies, carnations, gladiolus, chrysanthemums with stems and leaves, with a hint of mahogany and oriental carpet, smelling just like the last funeral you attended.
3. Paint Perfume in a Spray

I’ve always wanted to spray myself with a spray paint can… and now I can do just that with a perfume. Wode is the first ever visible fragrance by Boudicca, it comes in a graffiti spray can and its color is cobalt blue. At first it will turn your skin and clothing blue, but it will disappear after some time. This version is called Wode Paint, there is also a normal one, Wode Scent, for those who don’t trust it.
2. Burger King Body Spray

In 2008, fast-food chain Burger King launched a meat-scented cologne in the US for under US$4, aptly called “Flame.” Not recommended for vegetarians, Flame is being promoted as “the scent of seduction with a hint of flame-broilled meat.” You can purchase it through their website.
1. Stilton Cheese Perfume

In 2006, the makers of Stilton cheese have launched their own perfume, Eau de Stilton, which claims to “recreate the earthy and fruity aroma” of the pungent blue cheese “in an eminently wearable perfume.” The perfume, blended by a Manchester-based aromatics company, features a “symphony of natural base notes including yarrow, angelica seed, clary sage and valerian.”


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