This month's featured sample is Pinot Grigio. This fragrance was a winner of the 2011 SOAP Panel for Fall. It is ideal for wine based soaps and products though stands on its own rather nicely. The main notes to make up this fruity wine scent are sparkling bergamot, peach nectar, apple, Italian white grape, black plum, and violet rounding out with supporting notes of warm clove bud. It smells like a very adult, fruity floral grape juice. Enjoy!

Blend Ideas

1 part Pinot Grigio
1 part  Zanzibar Spice

2 parts Pinot Grigio
1 part Relaxing

1 parts Pinot Grigio
1 part Pearberry

1 part Pinot Grigio
1 part Sandalwood Vanilla
1 part Herbal Essence

1 part Pinot Grigio
1 part Pikake Flower

1 part Pinot Grigio
1 part Fresh Snow


How to Make Sachets

Tools and Ingredients: 

1.5 lbs Dendritic Salt

0.7 oz Pinot Grigio

1 Dropper

8 Large Tea Bags

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ONE: Combine the Dendritic Salt and 0.7 oz of Pinot Grigio Fragrance Oil and mix well. Make sure there are no clumps. I found that a whisk works well or you you can use your hands to break up the clumps. You may want to wear gloves.

TWO: Cover a baking sheet with foil and spread the salt mixture out on the baking sheet. Bake the salt at 225 degrees F for 15 minutes total, stirring the mixture every 5 minutes. DO NOT leave the salt unattended. It will burn if the temperature is too hot or you don't stir every 5 minutes.

THREE: Let the salt cool and fill up your tea bags with about 5 tablespoons of salt. Iron opened end of teabags closed. Use to add a lovely scent to your clothes and closets!



See previous Sample Pages:  Cherry Blossom | Fresh Bamboo | Sweet Meyer Lemon | Violet | White Ginger & Amber | Butter Cream & Snickerdoodle | Black Amber & Lavender | Moonlight Pomegranate | Spiced Mahogany | Vetyver | Plumeria | Baby Powder | Oatmeal, Milk & Honey (Cybilla) |

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