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Walking between flower gardens and pine forests the air was fresh and spring-like as raindrops pitter-pattered on cut grass and leaves. A sweet woodiness came from oak sawdust and merged with the earthiness of rhubarb crumble as ginger beer brought its tingly effervescence. Water created notes of lemons and orange skin over dry straw and floral components then pulled us towards fresh menthol. Creamy vanilla suggested custard to complement the rhubarb crumble whilst other sweet delights delivered orange chocolate and digestive biscuits. Dry elements of peach skin rounded out the journey and were joined by dry bark and sawdust on the finish.

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£50.00
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Description

Walking between flower gardens and pine forests the air was fresh and spring-like as raindrops pitter-pattered on cut grass and leaves. A sweet woodiness came from oak sawdust and merged with the earthiness of rhubarb crumble as ginger beer brought its tingly effervescence. Water created notes of lemons and orange skin over dry straw and floral components then pulled us towards fresh menthol. Creamy vanilla suggested custard to complement the rhubarb crumble whilst other sweet delights delivered orange chocolate and digestive biscuits. Dry elements of peach skin rounded out the journey and were joined by dry bark and sawdust on the finish.

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