Writing this article, the end of the year is getting closer.
Time or some typical rituals that people like to maintain, when the darkest days are passing by.
Houses get overwhelmed with lights and f(l)aked christmas trees are draged into our houses.
Not only objects and music are typical for this time of the year, also some typical smells seem to have a preference for December and January.
It's the smell of cinnamon that also appears on two stamps of Estonia, one of the Baltic countries.
The highest value shows a pile of people and animals, forming a christmas tree with lights.
The second value is a cinnamon cookie in the shape of a snow flake.
The smell of cinnamon is strongly present, but in order to keep it like that, it's better to store the stamp in a separate holder. The stamps were issued in 2016 already, but are still spreading their fragrance.
The days that only love letters were perfumed is over, although I don't know many people who sniff their letters...