Maize Pudding (Yule 2011)

These were part of previous collections which didn't get voted into the Permanent Collection. They are beautiful and have their avid followings. You would be able to purchase them during a Retour, which Possets brings back all of the fragrances they have ever made and offers them for sale again for a limited time.

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Maize Pudding (Yule 2011)

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Oh, I loved this right out of the bottle! It's sugary-creamy with that tang that's supposed to be fresh corn. It gives a fascinating allure to a foody scent.

On my skin I eventually do get that "musty" quality that breaks my heart with so many sugary scents on my skin, I don't know why I do that. But I still love this scent like mad.
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The Possets description: "The Native Americans enjoyed corn, and used to make a pudding out of milk, corn, and a dark toasted honey. This was set over the fire and enjoyed as a festival treat."
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This is a cozy, yummy fragrance that manages not to be overwhelmingy foodie, which I think makes it more versatile. There's a lovely sweet vanilla, a little of the Iowa-esque corn, and a toasted quality. The honey is subtle. This will be a wonderful comfort fragrance and a great choice whenever I want to smell delicious without being instantly identifiable as a particular dessert.
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