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Applejack Peel (Type):This smells just like the yummiest apple you have ever had the privilege of eating and then some. It has hot and spicy top notes of cinnamon and cloves rounding down to the mellow scent of red apples. Men love this one! It is especially popular during the fall and winter months when all anyone wants to do is cuddle up in front of the fire! This fragrance adds a slight yellow tint to melt and pour, cold process, and our all natural, liquid soap bases. 

Vanilla Content: .25%

Please note that as of August 2014, this fragrance oil has been reformulated to meet new RIFM standards, but we think it's better than ever!

This fragrance is phthalate free.

Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (172ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. 

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Average Rating:
(based on 11 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 11 Reviews:

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by Veronica
on 8/1/2015
Smells Great, Does Accelerate Trace
We make CP soap. It says it accelerates trace, it really does. This is the quickest we've seen so far. Smell great and next time we will definitely check it sooner because of the acceleration. We ordered more, looking forward to it's arrival!
by Shelley
on 6/1/2015
My first fragrance oil
I used this in my first scented soap. Soaped around 100 degrees and it performed very well. Some of the bars I made about a year ago still have a good scent. I am new to soap making and am glad this didn't accelerate or rice. I did use an olive heavy recipe so maybe that slowed down the acceleration others mention.
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by Lacie
on 2/27/2015
Smells nice, but ran into a LOT of problems
I gave it two stars because this fragrance gave me a lot of issues. I soaped at 110 degrees, cold process. It went in nicely, mixed smooth with the stick blender to a thin-medium trace, set it aside for less than 30 seconds and the FO separated from the batch and riced REALLY badly. I was able to blend it back down to mostly smooth, but by the time I got the colors in it was ricing again, and thickened up to playdoh consistency. Spooned it into the mold, beat it down best I could and it was heating up, so I figured I'd gel it anyway. It is now oozing the FO out of the top, it is still in the mold, so I have no idea how bad it is inside. But my goodness this is a troublesome FO to work with! Any pointers would be great to try it again.

Reply from Bramble Berry
 Hi Lacie! We love the spicier notes in contrast to the sweet apple in our Applejack Peel Fragrance Oil!  Though, I'm sorry it gave you a lot of issues.  In our tests and recipes this fragrance did not accelerate or rice as shown in our Apple Jack Peel for Fall tutorial.  I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!

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by Michelle
on 1/31/2014
This has been on my shelf for months
I finally made CP with the Applejack Peel. I've been reluctant to use it for discoloration and questionable reviews. Unlike the other soapers, I had ricing with this FO and threw the whole batch in the trash. This is one of the few truly disappointing FOs that I've ever bought from BB.
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by Kate
on 9/3/2013
Disappointed in reformulation
Much weaker, less apple-y, and less spicy than the last time I bought this, two fall/winter seasons ago. I was so broken-hearted to realize that it was reformulated and is now only a ghost of its former self.

Reply from Bramble Berry
If you've found that the Applejack Peel isn't quite like you remember, I would take a look at some of our newer apple-type fragrances like Apple Macintosh or our brand new Tart Apple Fragrance Oil.

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