In The Joy of Sex, the Comforts use the term 'cassolette' to refer to a woman's natural scent glands. I don't have the book in front of me right now but I guess this was a pre-existing usage in French.

Also 'coup de cassolette' denotes the act of covering the lover's nose and mouth with one's armpit, or other body part or object soaked in one's natural scents (e.g. silk panties), to induce or heighten an orgasm. As the Comforts describe it this act is rather specifically female-to-male but I'm sure it could be generalized.

Cas`so*lette" (?), n. [F.]

a box, or vase with a perforated cover to emit perfumes.


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