Eau De Penn State Smells Of Flowers, Not Football
BERWICK, Pa. (AP) - Fans of Penn State can smell like the school for just $60.
A fragrance developer says it has made a perfume and a cologne inspired by Pennsylvania State University's blue and white colors and its campus vegetation.
Masik Collegiate Fragrances says the perfume for the school in State College, Pa., smells of vanilla, lilac, rose and white patchouli. The cologne smells of blue cypress and cracked pepper.
The company's president says the 3.4-ounce bottles of fragrance should appeal to Penn State's vast alumni and football fans.
Masik also has captured the smell of the University of North Carolina, and plans to offer scents for six other universities next year.