Wood Smells . . .Really Good

By Bill Esler | Posted: 12/01/2012 6:04PM

 

What is it about smelling like wood that smells good to people? Here's Campfire Cologne - you douse yourself with it by lighting a match, and you smell afterward like you've been camping for days.

  A video explains it all: It begins with a bearded guy who hikes in the wilderness, lights a campfire, deeply inhales and is one with nature – the epitome of manliness. Just when you think that he couldn’t be manlier if he tried, the same guy wakes up from his daydream and finds himself in a dull open-plan office, wearing a headset and staring at a pile of burnt sticks.

click image to zoomAntler & Company sells wood smells for men: Campfire Cologne. Antler & Company sells wood smells for men: Campfire Cologne. What evoked this daydream is, of course, Campfire Cologne, a perfume that releases its smoky scent not by spray, but by simply lighting a match.

Created by Antler & Co, the beardy men’s perfume promises to be the ‘true scent of your best summer ever’ and ‘a nostalgic ode to the unending days of youth’. While it may not be the next best-seller at the perfume counter.

Demeter Sawdust Cologne

Eau de Woodshop
Sniff at your own risk at the latest sensation: wood aroma cologne, including oak and sandalwood. You take extra care to get the saw dust out of your ears and nose while guys headed for a fun evening splash on (what else) Sawdust. Read more

 

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Eau de Woodshop

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Bill Esler, Woodworking Network, WMS

Bill Esler

Bill Esler, Editorial Director, Woodworking Network Bill is responsible for overall content at WoodworkingNetwork.com Woodworking Network magazine, and related newsletters. Bill also manages event programs for Woodworking Network Live conferences at the Woodworking Machinery & Supplies Expo in Toronto and Cabinets & Closets Expo. He developing audience engagement programs using custom digital printing, live lead-generating events, custom websites, and custom digital and print content. Read Bill Esler's woodworking blogs. He can be reached at besler@woodworkingnetwork.com or follow him on Google+.

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