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Patrick Orr wrote:

> As soon as she lifted the material off the cage she told me to inhale.  WOW, root beer city!  The scent filled my nostrils.  I didn't even have to stick my nose down into the flower.  Of course, I did a moment later to smell it again, and it really does smell just like root beer, no mistaking it!

Wow, what a flower! And thank you for sending so many of it :)
But, excuse my ignorance, what is root beer?  It does not sound so nice. I can´t find it in my dictionaries.
Happy New year from Maj in snowcovered Sweden.

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