This holiday fragrance is based on a popular, mainstream candle fragrance. With notes of traditional cranberry chutney, this tartly sweet scent is supported by subtle spice notes, vanilla, golden raisin, cooking apples and musk and sweetened with delightful concord grape. Sometimes this fragrance will go blue when initally mixed with cold process soap batter, but color will disappear within 24 hours. This fragrance turns a yellow-tan color in cold process soap.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Jennifer! I'm glad you like our Cranberry Chutney Fragrance Oil out of the bottle! Though, I'm sorry it disappointed you in cold process soap. We found it to be strong in CP when used at 0.8 oz per pound of soap per our Handy Dandy Fragrance Calculator. We do choose all scents based off of a full six week cure time. This is when fragrances that may have faded with the initial lye reaction tend to come back better than ever! If you're looking for other cranberry scents you may like Cranberry Fig Fragrance Oil, Cranberry Pomegranate Fragrance Oil, or Cranberry Sweet Fragrance Oil.
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