Trendy Notes that Smell Tasty: A Brief History of Salt as Scent

  Elena Vosnaki, Fragrantica's Greek editor, recently brought us Trendy Notes that Smell Tasty: Rhubarb and Ginger. And Miguel Matos, Fragrantica's Portuguese editor, just this week discussed his discovery of the salty Olympea. This got me to wondering, "When did salty notes become a thing?" Because considering gourmand (or edible) notes that are having their moment in the spotlight, one can...
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