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    Juniper Ridge sachets in the Aeronaut

    I love pretty much everything made by Juniper Ridge, but I especially like using their sachets in my Aeronaut or Western Flyer when I travel. There's just something comforting to me about zipping open my bag and smelling Douglas Fir or Siskiyou Cedar (also great for storing with your sweaters to prevent moths.) They are fresh, crisp, clear scents that smell like the forest.
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    Thanks for this. :)

    Thanks for posting this. I've been looking for just this sort of thing but hadn't found any that looked good. This one definitely does!

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    You're welcome! Let me know what you think of the sachet if you order one. FYI, they're pretty big, so just one definitely works well for the Aeronaut.
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    They're heavenly! I ordered a few of the cedar but also the combo pack and my husband snagged the juniper for his music room the minute I opened the box. A couple of the cedars found their way in my closet. Pretty strange to walk into my dressing area and just breathe deeply! LOL Wonderful way to begin the day. (Then coffee... Wink )

    I have a small mesh bag that I got from somewhere and I think it will be perfect to stash a sachet in my Smart Alec.

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    I'm so glad that you like them. Juniper is, I think, the one kind I don't yet have. How would you rate it compared to the Fir and Cedar?
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    I personally prefer the Douglas Fir as an all-around great scent. But I do think it comes down to personal taste because my husband definitely loves the juniper.

    The cedar is, as I said, heavenly, so I'm not slighting it in the least. I'd say of the four, the Christmas Fir makes the least impact, but it's still lovely.

    I also ordered the cedar incense just to give it a try, but I haven't used it yet.

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