While the Nuremburg Pudding Incident has been largely hushed up and reduced to tantalizing snippets of rumor and hearsay after the fact, the two things most sources agree on are that the Professoressa Foglio was probably mostly responsible (whether this was intentional or not), and that it smelled DELICIOUS.
Warm vanilla pudding made from scratch, the fortuitous conjunction of two ambers, the vast sticky sweetness of a giant lab experiment gone deliciously wrong, and a lingering touch of sweet lemon rind from the All-Volunteer Fruit-Based Town Cleaning Brigade.
Posted by Lindsay J on 15th Mar 2013
No literally my little sister tossed my squee of this down the stairs, but the label kept it sealed up around the crack for 2 months before it leaked all over my desk... I took a bunch of scraps of silk fabric and mopped it up and now I use the scraps as scented hankies! Point is I love this scent like crazy and I hope you make it into a soap one day!
It started really warm and rich on my skin when wet with strong lemony butter cream smells and soften to almost a caramel baby powder on my skin and the hankies!
Posted by Fin on 4th Feb 2013
At least to start with, anyway. I find the citrus fades after a while, and I smell like sweet, dusty vanilla for the rest of the day. I think I am in love! I don't normally like wearing scents in summer but this is light and delicious and dreamy.
Posted by Safyr Drathmir on 14th Sep 2012
Thus far, my chemistry hasn't gone all Jager-brawling on me, and the first one I tried was a Girl Genius inspired scent--The Nuremburg Pudding Incident.
It's divine! My wee one keeps wanting to smell my wrist, and I keep doing the same. In the bottle, it smells like a warm, fresh made pudding with lemon zest sprinkled on top. On me, it starts out this way, then after about 20 minutes, deepens into this vanilla with quite a nice hint of amber, and this earthy not quite flower bit, and a subtle bit citrusy, but definitely divine smell.
I know once I finish off this bottle, I'm going to go after a full size, and put it into one of my glass perfume bottles(I collect both Egyptian Blown Glass and antique milk glass perfume bottles and atomizers). I rarely use them, but this scent is just too good to keep in anything but the best.
Posted by Rayn via Ajevie on 25th Jun 2012
by Rayn » Mon Jun 06, 2011 2:45 pm
I read the description on this one and knew I had to have a big bottle. Open the cap and it's all bright, sharp lemon with a creamy vanilla base; wet on my skin the vanilla disappears without a trace, the lemon backs off a little, and the amber wafts up to take center stage. As it dries the vanilla warms back up and the lemon blends in, leaving a sweet warm mix that keeps me sniffing my wrists joyously all day.
Posted by Myrriah on 18th Jun 2012
When I wear this scent, I smell like I was dipped in a lovely warm, soothing vanilla pudding bath that made me turn into the most delicious monster ever. It also apparently has a slight aphrodisiac effect on my fiancé and I >.>
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jun 2012
Apparently, I smell like Ginger pudding when I put this on. I guess it's the combination of the vanilla and the lemon and, everything else. The point is, It's warm and sweet with a nice...zing?
Posted by Aisa on 24th May 2012
I like this one best of all the GG scents! Okay, so I really like vanilla, and amber, and citrus, so this... isn't exactly a surprise, eh?
The ambery sweetness lasts pretty long on me, which is also great, even if it's not the initiall boom of VANILLA!! It's pleasantly sweet but not sticky (truly vanilla pudding), and the lemon picks it up and gives it some interest.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Apr 2012
...you are never allowed to stop making this scent. I wholeheartedly agree. I smell like vanilla pudding! All day!