The Michael Scott Paper Company Collection

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  • Scent Notes
    Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica Scent Notes: The musk of a real black bear that you fought with your own bare hands; fresh peach blossom (which is not as great as an Awesome Blossom, but does smell much better); honeycomb stolen straight from the mouths of the bumblebees (your apiarist owed you a favor); bubbles on a fresh glass of sparkling water, which ping about the glass like the laser guns wielded on the Battlestar Galactica. Glorious. Dwight, You Ignorant Sl**! Scent Notes: A glass of homemade lemonade on a hot afternoon (because your parents gave you money to start a stand, and now, surplus!), peppermint (straight out of the best ice cream flavor), a freshly picked yuzu (it’s a Japanese fruit, did you know that?), pomegranate (who discovered this fruit, right? What is the deal with pomegranate?). I Declare Bankruptcy! Scent Notes: A large hot chocolate, tobacco flower, stacks of paper (both actual paper, because you’re the boss of selling paper, and stacks of money, because the kids call it “paper,” and you’re hip with the youths), bitter almond. It Is Your Birthday Scent Notes: A super rich German chocolate cake. Number One: How Dare You? Scent Notes: A proper English garden full of roses and sweet pea on a warm summer afternoon, because you are a lady, sweet vanilla bean because dessert is the best meal of the day, a secret blend of exotic spices because you’re the spiciest person in the office, supple leather because you wear it as part of your girl group, Subtle Sexuality, a hint of gasoline because everyone knows you’re a little bit crazy and would absolutely go full-on Waiting to Exhale if need be. That's What She Said Scent Notes: A glass of whisky paired with a glass of bay rum aftershave with just a hint of lime squeezed in (because alcohol is an aphrodisiac, and nothing is better than mixing liquor and accidental aftershave to really get the party started); the best Pretzel Day toppings: chocolate chips and toffee nuts. And cocoa absolut. Why Use Many Word When Few Do Trick? Scent Notes: Cinnamon. Cinnamon doughnuts. Yum.
  • Description
      We know you’re a huge fan of the US version of The Office, and we are, too. So that’s why we put together a collection of scents inspired by our friends at the Michael Scott Paper Company and Dunder Mifflin, because there’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things. In this collection you’ll find oil drams of: Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica; Dwight, You Ignorant Sl**!; It Is Your Birthday; Number One: How Dare You?; That’s What She Said; Why Use Many Word When Few Do Trick?; and the brand new scent, I Declare Bankruptcy!

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