Demeter has launched Churros, the latest addition to their Fragrance Library.
Cinnamon and sugar star in our New Churros fragrance, mingled with the delicious scent of warm and tender fried dough. Definitely one of our best new scents for all time!
Freshly made Churro’s on the beach at Riviera de Mayo with Dead and Company playing live on the beach. A very good night.
Demeter Churros is available in 15, 30 or 120 ml Cologne and in matching bath and home products ($6 - $40).
MMM, churros y chocolate for breakfast, served in the little cafes in Madrid. Yummy. Not sure I want to smell like that though.
I would not mind
yaaaaaaaaaas! seeking out immediately… I’m not crazy about the waxy feel of their sprays, but Demeter has put out some nice scents (clover, honey–currently on sale at 25% off), and their customer service was good to me
I have not done a mini order in a long time…
Yum, I liked Cinnamon Bun..this may be a must sniff. Mmm. Now I want churros and hot cocoa:).
Yeah, would like to know how different they are (this and cinnamon bun).
I’m really curious about Demeter stuff. In general, how do you find the quality of their accords?
Some smell really good to me, some not so much smell good, as are impressive examples of demonstrating the scent of whatever they call it. I judge quality as “smells good” vs “smells suspicious in some way – bug spray, cheap laundry detergent I don’t want my clothes to smell like, fruity florals with the underlying hint of Tang vomit, that weird buttery odor that smells good for a minute and then makes me nauseous – pretty subjective criteria, but I haven’t gotten any of that from the Demeters. All of the ones I have experienced are pretty fleeting, lasting an hour or two tops, but that is their price point and concentration, I think. There are a couple that I would like to experience in some less dilute formulation, but as they stand, fun to sniff, not much point in trying to wear them since they disappear on me. YMMV. Always worth sniffing when you have a chance. I would collect some of them if I had more good storage space.
Not sure where you are, but our Marshall’s often have the 15ml bottles, especially this time of year, and they run about $7.99 apiece.
I second meridifay, they don’t last very long, but are worth a try.
OhMy- I have never wanted to smell like a dessert but for some reason this sounds like it would smell heavenly…. I am going to sample this one. I have not sampled Demeter.
And now I am hungry for churros!
Nope, even for this gourmand lover. Churros always have this undercurrent of grease that my hair absorbs like it’s a thirsty person stuck in the desert.
Sounds good. I just got a lot of Demeter samples from StC, though, so that will keep me busy. This turned out to be the second time I ordered a sample of “Gingerbread.” It’s getting towards that season, though.
I’ve stopped looking at STC because I would rather get manufacturer’s samples if I can or just going in on a split. Demeter usually has discounts online and you can get a bunch of samples for a nominal price. The decant sites mark up the cost a lot so even if you get a discount, it is still relatively more expensive.
Yeah and also the luckyscent samples..pricey and usually don’t get a full ml. And..ya gotta pay for shipping on top of that..bleh.
Well, I’m done buying for a while, anyway. I have enough perfumes and colognes to last me for a long, long time. I looked at the Demeter website, and what they were charging for one ounce was what the discount perfume sites were charging for 3.3 oz. The 3.3 oz. bottles at the discount sites were around $20, and I really wouldn’t use that much. What they had of the 1 oz. bottles were priced at $10 or $12, and that would be a blind buy. Thus my reasoning about samples. But they are more comparatively, as you two say.