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What does juniper smell like?


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2011-03-12 02:51:11
2011-03-12 02:51:11

It's difficult to describe a smell in words, but juniper is a slightly pungent smell, somewhat reminiscent of pine. The smell of gin is largely the smell of juniper.


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