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The one scent from the Shire...
A beautiful misty veil lies over the morning Shire.
Many a hobbit, who has to leave his cozy bed at such an outrageously early hour, can't help but curse a bit. Because the Hobbits are not necessarily known for their industrious streak.
But at the latest, when they look out of the round window of their hobbit cave in the magnificent, beautiful morning Shire, they can no longer deny themselves a smile.
Every hobbit has his morning ritual. The first of 3 breakfasts is taken right after getting up...then a pipe with the irresistible "Old Tobi" tobacco stuffed and smoked with relish.
But wait...isn't there something missing? Ah yes!!! Of course, the Hobbit also likes to maintain his well-known scent ritual...! Because no hobbit always leaves the house without applying the ever-popular aspen scent.
A beautiful, mossy, fresh scent with light woody notes. Optimal for the warm, but also very good for the colder days.
Some claim that the quite masculine fragrance for the small-grown hobbits too masculine...but on such talk from away, one has never given anything in the Shire.
Whether fisherman, craftsman, woodcutter or farmer... every male hobbit wears this scent with full pride and enthusiasm. And very well deserved! So the Aspen fragrance lasts a considerable time and is priced very affordable.
Many stories exist about the wizard Gandalf, who visits the Shire at regular intervals because he holds the friendly people of the Hobbits in high esteem.
Rumor has it that Gandalf's fondness for the Hobbits' pipe-weed is not the only one...!
Rather, he is also said to have carried the fresh, woodsy-tinged asp scent of the Hobbits, to the Dwarves, where it then quite soon enjoyed great popularity.
Aspen...the cozy, cool, fresh, woodsy scent for any occasion.... and at a very affordable price!
You want to know what the scent of the Shire smells like? Then feel free to give this fragrance a try.
I am convinced that few will regret it. :)
In this SInne....Gehabt you well, faithful companions ...