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Wasabi: Our Wasabi fragrance is bright and fresh. Although it won't make your eyes water like when you bite into a big piece of Wasabi (horseradish), it will open your eyes with delight. This fragrance has hints of Eucalyptus, Ginger and Peppermint for refreshing top notes. It is grounded with Thyme and the faintest touch of Amber and Musk which helps this fragrance to stick in Cold Process soap magnificently
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (154ºF) cannot ship via USPS, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Hands down, Wasabi was my favorite scent of 2015. I took a gamble on a 4 ounce bottle, assuming I would need to test it a few times to see whether I REALLY liked it, but straight away I was pleased. Out-of-bottle it's a little sharp on the nose, but in CP soap the ginger mellowed out a bit and gave way to complexity and freshness that defies description.
There was no discoloration and no acceleration - this was a wonderfully behaved fragrance oil and I will undoubtedly be purchasing more of it in the future.
I have tried and liked so many fragrance oils from BB, but this one always comes back as a favorite. I first used it as a sample from the men's FO sampler, and loved the spiciness immediately. It blends very well with Winter Gardenia to make it a little more feminine but totally perfect by itself.
Not my favorite scent, but performed well in CP soap. Had a little yellowing effect which I didn't mind. I'm not sure if it really smells like wasabi. It smells more like wasabi and ginger to me.
I simply love this long lasting scent. It's fresh and invigorating. Love the citrus notes and it felt like it also had a hint of ginger. I had enough time to prepare different colored batches even when I switched from a hand mixer to "wand".
I highly recommend it!
This is an extraordinarily pleasant scent. It's quite strong in the bottle, but diluted in soap it really blossoms. It is clean and green smelling, masculine enough that I would personally not imagine a woman wanting to use it as a body soap, but neutral enough that it would be non-offensive to everyone as a hand soap. I will say, though, that I do not get the "natural" impression from this scent. To me, it smells like a complex perfume more than something from nature. Still great, though! Because of the bottle strength, I was timid when soaping it, and had about half an ounce left in the bottle. My wife liked the scent of the curing soap so much that she asked me to make some wax tarts for the melter, so now our whole house smells like this! (I cannot recommend this usage, however. As great as it smells, it has almost no staying power at those temps. The wax is pretty-much scent free after just four or five hours. Boy, but how great it smells for those four or five hours!)
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