Inspired by MacGuffin's list @ INTPc, (can't be bothered to post the link)
Do yours! (try not to repeat stuff, no comments, and don't overthink it)
Forked lightning and the smell of long-overdue rain, the way the earth sighs. Strong coffee. Cool Egyptian cotton sheets. Reading in the bath for hours, not knowing what day of the week it is, the galloping of hooves, The Week. Scottish bands. Roaming in the gloaming. Dogs when they smile. Cats when they don't. Mood lighting. Baileys. Mexican food. Mojitos. Calendars. Leather-bound books. Antique furniture. The female form in art. Elegant hands. Anything that smells of lavender or roses. Trees. Crazy hair-accessories. Faux fur things. Walking bare-foot on grass. Well-cut suits. Anything French. Kissing. Sunsets. Riding on the beach. Sea-kayaking. Being high(vertically). Skiing. Well-appointed suitcases. Tactile sculpture. Renaissance architecture. American accents. Boutique shops as an artform. Scarves. Beethoven. Rocking chairs. The velvety nuzzle of a pony. Old B&W movies on rainy Saturday afternoons under a blanky. Trying not to smile.
EDIT. Forgot my favourite sensorish thing in the world - rolling in new mown hay.