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Scent of the Dragon? Game of Thrones Perfume

Posted by Delia Cabe  April 3, 2012 09:19 AM

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It had to happen. Someone out there decided Game of Thrones fans want to smell like teen spirit dragon breath a Khaleesi. And as of this writing, nearly 4,800 people "like" this (or they "like" it in that eye-rolling way).

The website describes Game of Thrones Fire and Blood Perfume as "a scent worthy of the blood of the dragon." Here's more:

This alluring fragrance will make any woman feel like a Khaleesi. It opens with the scent of Hranna, the green grass that grows in the Dothraki Sea mixed with notes of smoke from the khalasar's cookfires. The fragrance blooms into a sea of violets. Notes of leather and Dragon's Blood follow, exuding the scents of the Pentos market: amber, sandalwood, exotic flowers, vanilla, and spices.

We couldn't let a scent this beautiful be contained in an ordinary bottle. Our Fire & Blood Perfume comes in a stunning dragon egg bottle made of red tinted glass, complete with an old-fashioned golden atomizer. You may not be a Khaleesi or the blood of the dragon, but with this perfume you can close your eyes and be halfway there.

Fire & Blood Perfume will set you back $74.99. Of course, that's only in virtual dollars. The item was among ThinkGeek's specials for April Fool's Day.

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Delia Cabe's work has appeared in The Boston Globe Magazine, Boston Magazine, Self, Prevention, Scientific American Presents, and other publications. In between posts, you can read Cabe's tweets at http://twitter.com/#!/DeliaCabe, More »

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