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  • Introducing No.37 Stolen Bike ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿšฒ
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    Toni Hacker

Introducing No.37 Stolen Bike ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿšฒ

Introducing No.37 Stolen Bike ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿšฒ


Every bike that I've owned has been stolen.

Over the years, I've found there is a deep philosophical lesson to be had from bikes. Bikes bring us freedom, albeit brief.ย Bikes inspire us to explore and go forth. Bikes move, and as moving objects, they sometimes choose to not stay with us, perhaps seeking a new owner and new adventures. Bikes beg to not be loved too dearly, as you can never truly know when they're ready to move on. Bikes are shameless in their devotion to an eternal search for what's beyond the horizon. When someone steals your bike, you simply have to let go and move on.

Stolen bikes are full of optimismย and sadness. Joy and grief. This scent is my take on that unique, illicit stolen bike feeling, whether you're the owner or the thief. The surprise of mint and lemon riding away from spicy amber and neroli on a beat up leather seat.

Top notes:ย Lemon, Mint
Middle notes:ย Amber, neroli
Base note: Teakwood, leather

Scent profile: Mint, Citrus-Amber, Clean

Read the full post and check out No.37 Stolen Bikeย here


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    Toni Hacker

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  • Nov 17, 2019

    Love this! It brought back memories of my year in The Hague, where bikes are an integral part of life there.

    โ€” Deborah

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