We all think we know how certain things smell. But to someone else that same bottle of perfume - or piece of cheese, or glass of wine - may smell completely differently. American scientists have discovered that we all experience odours in a completely different way. Their paper, published in the Nature Neuroscience journal, reveals that 30 per cent of smell receptors differ between any two people.
— Read more at Why perfume smells different to each of us: Receptors in the nose vary by 30% in two different people at the Daily Mail.