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Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil: If you're a chocolate lover you'd better sit down before smelling this fragrance. It will whisk you away to another place and time. The top note is a nutty almond paired with powdered baking chocolate, creamy milk, powdered sugar and vanilla. It's love at first sniff! Behaves beautifully in cold process soapmaking and discolors to a dark brown.

Liquid Castile Testing Notes: We tested this fragrance in our liquid Castile soap base, we recommend making a small test batch just to be sure you like the results. Mixes into soap well, thickens slightly. Finished soap discolors dark brown, slight thickening. 

Check out the sweet recipe for Hot Cocoa and Marshmallow Soap HERE!

 

NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (160ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. 

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Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 14 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 14 Reviews:

by Sidney
on 12/15/2014
Question
Can i use this in candles
by Ivory
on 10/7/2014
I wanted to love this
I was very excited to receive this FO and although the OOB smell was overwhelming it was pleasant, however that changed when I used to make bath bombs. Once it was mixed into the BB it had a horrible chemical smell, I tried it twice with varying amounts. I will give it another try when my melt and poor soaps arrive. Until then it seems like this will not be on the re-order list.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Ivory! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. Witch Hazel can have an unpleasant smell at first, but it will fade away in the finished bath bombs. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Sarah
on 8/24/2014
Don't judge an FO by its OOB!
OOB this scent was completely overwhelming to me - could not stand it! I finally did a custom batch of it in Beer CP at 0.5 ppo (perfectly behaved!), and it is beautiful! I still dont like it in lotions, but something magical happens while it cures and results in a rich chocolatey smell. I've since come back for the big bottles!
by Jeremy
on 6/29/2014
Strong hot chocolate
I did a test batch using the 1 oz. sample in about 1400 g. of oils. Wow, it is ever strong, at least at first. One the second day after cutting, I had to put it outside during the day because the smell was so strong. The soap didn't discolor to brown until 2 days after cutting - and it seemed to make the umber brown mica I used as a colorant morph toward gray. It didn't seem to accelerate trace or cause problems, but I'd say you really have to love the smell of hot chocolate to use this one.
by Milesia
on 5/1/2014
Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil
I was just wondering can I use this in lipbalms.
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