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February 2016

Scent Memories of Maine

Posted by: Tricia Kent, DFL's Master of Cyberspace on February 24, 2016

Scent Memories of MaineGrowing up in a small town in Maine and having now lived in Florida since 1991, I absolutely cherish the moments that bring me back to growing up in that small town. Music and certain smells do this for me. To this day, every morning I have Elvis playing on my Spotify playlist – anything Elvis reminds me…

The Blending Process

Posted by: Mark D. Crames, CEO Demeter Fragrance Library on February 17, 2016

The Blending ProcessWhen I am doing a blend for someone, the first step is the most fundamental: what kind of smells do you like?  Or, maybe even something more specific: what kind of smells do you like this time of year?  This place?  In the mood you're in?  But wherever the process wanders, for me it always starts with the smells you love; however…

Celebrating 20 Years of Demeter

Posted by: Mark D. Crames, CEO Demeter Fragrance Library on February 11, 2016

Celebrating 20 Years of DemeterDemeter Fragrance Library was conceived in the East Village of New York City in 1996, with a unique and expanding perspective on wearable fragrance. The original mission was to capture the beautiful smells of nature and the garden in wearable form.

Today, with fragrances from Baby Powder and Pure Soap…

World Cancer Day

Posted by: Mark D. Crames, CEO Demeter Fragrance Library on February 04, 2016

World Cancer DayI suspect that almost everyone who reads this post will have had some experience involving, if not themselves, a loved one with cancer. Our family is no exception. I lost one of my grandfathers at 77 from lung cancer, but it was my mother's fight with breast cancer in my late 30s that informed my experience of the disease.

First…

Family Business

Posted by: Mark D. Crames, CEO Demeter Fragrance Library on February 03, 2016

Family BusinessOne of the great joys of running Demeter for 15 years, is the family nature of the business. There are lots of us:

Debra, my wife, partner and President.

Seth, my oldest son, who runs the factory with Marissa (pictured), his wife.

Blair, who manages our public relations worldwide.

Lori, Debra's sister, and…