Okay, no, not really. We don't know if there will be an Eau de Maverick by Sarah Palin in 2012 although someone had the idea of doing a spoof inspired by the opening paragraph of her memoir, Going Rogue, which clearly shows that Palin is sensitive to smells although the resulting bottled blend would probably be too meaty for my nose. Nice in the open air though. I nevertheless appreciate the priceless line inserted in the middle of that paragraph,...
Based on this passage, clearly-not-a-supporter-of-Sarah-Palin imagined a signature perfume, and then,
"It was the Alaska State Fair, August 2008. With the gray Talkeetna Mountains in the distance and the first light covering of snow about to descend on Pioneer Peak, I breathed in an autumn bouquet that combined everything small-town America with rugged splashes of the Last Frontier. Cotton candy and footlong hot dogs. Halibut tacos and reindeer sausage. Banjo music playing at the Blue Bonnet Stage, baleen etchings, grass-woven Eskimo baskets, and record-breaking giant vegetables grown under the midnight sun."
"The crimson liquid was then packaged in a sleek bottle with miniature moose-antler cap.
A companion fragrance, Tundra for Men, will be released next week. Also in the pipeline: a $150,000 Palin wardrobe called Going Vogue, and I Can See Russia designer eyeglasses."
The red bottle is a photoshopped version of Christian Lacroix Rouge
(via the Huffington Post)