Please Note: This fragrance was reformulated March 2012 to meet IFRA guidelines and it does smell different. We recommend buying a small 2 oz. bottle and testing it if you haven't tried this version before.
Amber: It took us five years of searching to find this Amber. It is a base note that is used in perfumery because it adds a sophisticated, warm base note to fragrance blends. Our Amber blend also contains notes of Vanilla, Patchouli, Sandalwood and Musk. Because of the Vanilla in the blend, it will go a luxurious brown in your soaps and toiletries. Use the Amber alone, or mix it with florals for a sultry twist on the basic floral.
Vanilla Content: 3.2%
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
Anne-Marie's favorite blends using Amber Fragrance Oil.
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Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Ave! I'm sorry this reformulation wasn't your favorite. We reformulated this fragrance to meet International Fragrance Association safety guidelines. If you're looking for deep, warm fragrances, you may like Ancient Sedona Fragrance Oil, Dragon's Blood Fragrance Oil, or Sandalwood Vanilla Fragrance Oil.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Crystal! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. If you're looking to add some deep undertones, you may like it mixed with Cedar and Saffron Fragrance Oil, Ancient Sedona Fragrance Oil, or Bay Rum Fragrance Oil.
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