Wassail: A member on the Teachsoap Forum requested a Wassail fragrance for the holiday season. Intrigued, we investigated. While we are disappointed that we've never attended a holiday party that serves this hot, spiced punch, the fragrance does whet our appetite accordingly. With notes of Tangerine, Juicy Apple, & Orange Zest mixing with Spiced Punch (Fresh Ginger, Cinnamon Stick, Nutmeg and Clove Bud) and a touch of sweetness with some Vanilla Musk, this fragrance makes our taste buds water. Because of the Vanilla, it does discolor and the fragrance does amazing in CP soap.
Vanilla Content: 4.4%
Please note: This fragrance will be discontinued due to slow sales once our supply runs out. This fragrance will be available for special order in minimum sizes of 10 lbs.
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Reply from Bramble BerryHi Simone! I'm so glad you like this fragrance! If your soap has a lot of soft oils, like olive oil, it can take longer to unmold and harden. Adding more hard oils, like coconut and palm oil, can help make your bars firmer. Adding 1 tsp. of sodium lactate per pound of oils to your cooled lye water helps create a firmer bar as well! You can read more in the Sunday Night Spotlight: Sodium Lactate post. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Haven, if this fragrance was not your favorite and are looking for something spicier, I would recommend the
Arabian Spice Fragrance Oil, Spiced Cider Fragrance Oil,or the
Christmas Spice Fragrance Oil.
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