Tuberose Moss - Tuberose is a tuberous perennial Mexican herb (Polianthes tuberosa) that has glass like leaves and is cultivated for its highly fragrant white flowers. These flowers are sweet and heady and prized by florists everywhere. Because of the solvent extraction process, tuberose absolute is generally very expensive and not easily attainable. The base note of green Moss in this blend adds a sophisticated foil for the honeyed tuberose and comes through as a green, misty base. Our blend holds up admirably in cold process soap though does accelerate trace slightly.
Please note: This fragrance will be discontinued due to slow sales once our supply runs out.
Vanilla Content: .1%
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
Photo Attribution:© Can Stock Photo
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Cid! I'm sorry you did not detect any earthy notes in this scent. We love our Tuberose Moss Fragrance Oil and find it to be very earthy with a deep moss base note. If you're looking for other earthy scents you may like Sea Moss Fragrance Oil, Sunny Herb Garden Fragrance Oil, or Flower Child Fragrance Oil. If you're looking for another rose blend you may just love the Crisp Apple Rose Fragrance Oil!
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Dianna! I'm sorry you did not like this fragrance. We love the sweet white floral scent with surprising base notes of green moss in the Tuberose Moss Fragrance Oil! If you're looking for white florals that are less earthy you may like Jasmine Dreams Fragrance Oil, Pikake Flower Fragrance Oil, or Gardenia Fragrance Oil. I'm so sorry you dislike the fragrance so much. We still love the Tuberose Moss! A lighter usage rate may make it more palatable for some. You also may try chopping up the soap you made with it and using it in another soap!
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