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Smoky Patchouli:We're excited about this new fragrance. It's a replacement for our regular Patchouli fragrance (which we can't order due to Patchouli EO shortages). Heavy on synthetic Patchouli and Smoke notes, in cold process soap, this works smashingly as a straight, deep, earthy patchouli. In melt and pour, it smells a bit more like firewood and makes a sensual men's fragrance.

Flashpoint 172ºF

NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (172ºF) will ship FedEx only regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot be shipped by the USPS.

Great News! This fragrance had been added to our Bramble Berry line. Look for it soon on our regular fragrance pages.

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Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

by Tarasa
on 4/7/2014
Not for me.
I had some requests for Patchouli and based on the reviews I figured this would be a good one to try. No one has liked it in the soap. I have used it to make fragrances wax tarts and have had a couple people like those. It smalls like a cabin in the woods to me, I couldnt really smell the Patchouli. I will have to try another patchouli scent.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Tarasa! I'm sorry to hear this scent was not your favorite. If you'd like to try other Patchouli scents, I would recommend the Patchouli Fragrance Oil or the Patchouli Essential Oil.In the meantime, I would recommend trying to use this fragrance in a blend! I would recommend trying to blend this with a vanilla like the Vanilla Select Fragrance Oil , or a lavender scent such as the Lavender Fragrance Oil.

by Bay
on 3/22/2014
Lighter Patchouli
This is no patchouli EO, but it's still pretty awesome. It's rather light, so I had to use close to the max percentage in my M&P. After 24 hours of setting up, it came out great! It is a firewood scent, but not like full on fire. It smells like the embers when you stoke the campfire in the morning just as the sun is coming up. It actually works well to cut the use of the amount of patchouli EO without sacrificing it's smoky goodness. Or if you don't like the super smoke smell of patchouli EO, this is a great way to get a lighter, more sensual smoky scent. I would say I can use 4 parts Smoky Patchouli FO to 1 part patchouli EO at a medium-light usage per Bramble Berry's FO Calculator. In my book it's a win-win!
by Rachel O
on 11/12/2013
As someone who does not enjoy the smell of Patchouli even a little bit, this is gorgeous. It's become a huge staple in blending for me. I have used this in CP, M&P and Perfume Oils. It performs perfectly.
by Jeanette
on 11/8/2013
Just a bit of spice
I use this for making perfume. It has just a bit of spice to it; not too strong.
by Susan
on 11/6/2013
I bought this based on reviews about the two reformulations. This seemed like the better choice. I, too, loved the original. In the bottle, this smells like a dirty ashtray in dishwater. Since patchouli EO is cost prohibitive, I'm hoping it will smell better in CP soap. I will try a small batch and get back to you.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Susan! We are sorry to hear that this isn't one of your favorite fragrances. We do suggest (like you are doing), smelling all our fragrances out of the bottles, as they will typically smell a bit different once you use them in soap. We are actually working on adding a new Patchouli to our line, so keep your eyes open for that!

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