Tell us: what would be your city or country’s ‘official aroma’?

<span>Photograph: Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Images

New Mexico has claimed the scent of roasted chile as its “official state aroma”.

“It’s very unique to our state,” Senator Bill Soules said of roasting chile. “I have tried to think of any other state that has a smell or aroma that is that distinctive statewide, and I can’t think of any.”

Now we would like to hear your own suggestions: what would be your region, city or country’s official aroma and why?

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