Fifth Sense featured charity of BSP at National History Museum
The evening was centred on ‘Sensations’ and on our senses including smell. We were there as guests of the British Society of Perfumers and the Fifth Sense table was next to the BSP.
We invited people to smell three different smells, one awful (spoiled milk) smell to make people aware the of the safety issues for people who cannot smell. We then invited people to smell two pleasant smells and to say what they were. One of these smells was cut grass. The reaction to this was interesting because some of those who smelt it were from other countries including Australia and they said that cut grass in Australia was very different.
The evening was a huge success for Fifth Sense with so many people visiting our stall and wanting to learn about smell and taste dysfunction and the safety message we are promoting.