There's this somewhat distinct flavouring scent that emanates from freshly printed books, probably the chemical from the ink. I've been looking up for a word to describe this but I haven't found any.
The smell originates from newly printed books, but I'm looking for a word to describe the scent. In fact, this 'scent' in particular has garnered so much attention that 'Wallpaper magazine commissioned master perfumer Geza Schoen created a fragrance based on the smell of books as an opportunity to celebrate all the glorious sensuality of books'.
Interestingly enough, I can find a question on ELU about the smell of old books, but not for the smell of new ones.
As quoted from Karl Legerfield:
“The smell of a freshly printed book is the best smell in the world.”
Edit: In summary, I'm looking for a word with the emphasis of the smell in 'freshly printed books'.