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Bubble Gum Cologne
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Bubble Gum Cologne by Demeter

Do you remember how good the gum smelled whenever you opened a pack of baseball cards? How about asking your parents for a nickle when you came across a gumball machine? Now, you can get that same fruity smell in a fragrance!

Blibber-Blubber gum was invented in 1906 by Frank Fleer. It took many more years for the invention to become popular. In 1928 an employee of the Fleer Company, Walter Diemer invented the very successful pink colored Double Bubble, bubble gum based on the original idea.

After World War II ended Topps developed its Bazooka Bubble Gum product in Brooklyn, New York. It was named after the humorous musical instrument which entertainer Bob Burns had fashioned from two gas pipes and a funnel in the 1930s. On a side note this contraption also gave its name to the armor-piercing weapon developed during the War.

Bazooka, with its distinctive name, taste, and red, white and blue logo and packaging, soon became a familiar part of Americana. As a matter of fact, a psychological study of tastes and smells that bring back memories found that one of the most frequently identified items was Bazooka Bubble Gum.

This fragrance is inspired by Bazooka Bubble Gum and is instantly identifiable.