Nov 17, 2013 8:40 AM
We don't often find perfumes inspired by great pieces of literature - especially not the brilliant writings of Jorge Luis Borges. But Fueguia 1833 mastermind Julian Bedel finds the inspiration for his fragrances in unexpected places, like Borges's brain-twisting tale of an infinite, labyrinthine library. Biblioteca de Babel ($150) embodies the perfect essence of old books, with hints of leather, cedar, ink, and spice.
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