All of the great fragrances that Bramble Berry regularly offers are listed below in alphabetical order, or you can select an individual letter of the alphabet if that is your preference. Enjoy!
If you are unable to find the fragrance you are looking for, or would just like to see a few more, check out our Limited Editions.
Gardenia: A springtime favorite scent. Our Gardenia is very close to
the flower according to our noses. Best of all it behaved beautifully in cold
process ...click to read more
Ginger Ale: Formerly known as Ginger Fish (Primal Elements Type)...click to read more
Ginger-Lime: Citrus and Ginger scents are *hot*! Capitalizing on this trend, our blend of Ginger and Lime is comprised of the obvious title notes, as ...click to read more
Gingersnap: This is the quintessential holiday fragrance. Our Gingersnap has some additional spice notes to give it that extra spark of Caraway Seed, ...click to read more
Grapefruit Lily: Light, romantic and airy, this fragrance is a wonderful scent to use with lotion bars or as a perfume. Of course, like all of our fragrances, ...click to read more
Grass Stain: This scent is fresh, clean and vibrant. It's a single note fragrance smelling of ... fresh cut grass! Remember your childhood, frolicking ...click to read more
This fragrance smells just like freshly steeped green tea with a hint of cucumber....click to read more
Green Tea: Long prized in Asian countries for its health benefits, Green Tea is also very favored as a scent. Many of this year's most popular perfumes ...click to read more
Guava Shave Ice Fragrance (Soapylove)...click to read more
Proving that one can never have too many Vanilla based fragrances, this warm and toasty fragrance smells delightful out of the bottle and even better in soap...click to read more
Heather and Hyacinth: This fragrance is more Hyacinth than Heather. An unpretentious scent, it doesn't smell much like a floral but rather, smells like ...click to read more
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