Fragrance of a wood-burning fire

Fragrance of a wood-burning fire

By Deborah Fulsang 


A crackling fall fire in the hearth: You can’t get a better smell. It is of course, a multi-sensorial experience, but we’re of the mind that the fragrance makes it the true wonder. At the beginning, when you get smoke from the kindling; as it really gets burning and you get the nuances of the particular wood you’ve ignited, and the next morning, when your hair and cardigan smell like a camp fire, but in the best of ways.

Now that, is a fantastic autumn smell. 

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Deborah Fulsang has spent the last two decades as a journalist covering news and trends in the worlds of style—in fashion and beauty, design and décor, food and entertaining. Her long-held love of fragrance led her to launch The Whale & The Rose, a destination for all things perfume-related. Now, when she indulges in a crazy-expensive bottle of fragrance, she can do so guilt-free. Well almost. It’s all in the name of research after all.