Cake straight out of the oven
Hubby's cooking (usually)
The cork from a bottle of wine
And also most of the ones already mentioned, although I don't think I have ever smelt a freshly washed lady garden.
SuperCaz wrote (see)
I don't think I have ever smelt a freshly washed lady garden.
Garlic which has been sauteed for about 30 secsFrying onions *drools*Curry cooking
I used to live next to a mosque, it was torture when they were cooking for the masses
baking cakes and roast dinners
rain on hot tarmac
clean laundry on the line
Cooking Garlic & Onions
New carpet and the glue used to stick vinyl tiles down.
My Dad was a floorcovering specialist and these smells remind me of childhood.
Freshly cut grassthe doughnut room in workLine dried sheets in summercigar smoke, but has to be at Christmaslavendar...or possibly lavander
Inside a new car
The general whaft of barbeques on a sumer's evening.
The smell of a 2 stroke bike as it goes by.
I've not long got in, sat down and opened the thread. I would have been terribly upset if someone hadn't done 'napalm....' within 6 posts.
I'm glad you didn't let me down, BDB.
Rain on Kinder Scout
Fresh sweat on a woman
snails pace 72 wrote (see)
ClovesLilliesInside a new carElastoplast TapeFirelighters
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