Espresso Fragrance Oil: This comforting and familiar scent smells just like that good ol' cup a Joe. The fragrance entices the senses with opening notes of bitter-sweet chocolate, coconut, and almond. Middle notes of honey and caramel while finishing off with notes of roasted coffee bean and burnt sugar. This fragrance is a great addition to any coffee themed project. Espresso fragrance is more of a traditional coffee scent when compared with our more chocolate-like coffee fragrance Turkish Mocha. To add an extra level of coffee goodness to your products check out our luxurious coffee butter!
This fragrance smells best after it has 'aged' and been exposed to air, whether that is curing in a bar of soap or just being left out. Over time it becomes deeper and sweeter. So if you don't love it at first sniff, give it a little time!
Performance In Cold Process Soap: This fragrance does not accelerate but does discolor to a medium brown color in cold process soap. It holds up very nicely.
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Reply from Bramble BerryHi April! I'm so glad you like this scent! It should continue to darken as it sits. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Melissa! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. It has not been reformulated recently, so I'm not sure why the scent smells different to you! In our tests and recipes, this smell lasts in soap, as seen in this Espresso Shot Cold Process Tutorial. You can add up to .8 oz. of fragrance per pound of cold process soap for a strong scent. You can use our Fragrance Calculator to find out exactly how much to use for your recipe. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more!
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