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Donald Trump's success smells of juniper, red currant and coriander

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Success by Trump fragrance.

Ever wonder what Donald Trump’s success smells like?

Try “fresh juniper, iced red currant, brushed with hints of coriander.”

The real estate developer, showman and potential presidential candidate appeared on CNBC Tuesday to offer insights on why Mitt Romney will do well in the Illinois primary, methods to reduce oil prices, and his thoughts on the real estate market.

Oh, and he also found time to discuss his second attempt to join a long list of celebrities with their own fragrance brands.

Inspired by his “success in real estate, business, publishing and television,” Trump’s recently-released scent is “empowering,” according to a news release, and it’s carefully crafted to include the smells of juniper red currant and coriander.

There’s also frozen ginger, fresh bamboo leaves and geranium. And don’t forget vetiver, tonka bean, birch wood and musk.

Sounds like a heady brew.

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