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Not for my shop!

This fragrance has held up well and works great in HP soap. However, I personally am not a fan. I do lots of craft shows. Ninety percent of my customers pick it up, take a whiff, turn up their nose and put it down. Won't be reordering.

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Gives me a HEADACHE

This smells nothing like bourbon at all. It smells like overpowering "old mans cologne" So I will NOT be making beard oil or lip balm...I may try a small super small tray of CP but I am afraid it will have to go outside to cure. Total bummer and waste of my money.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
You're right, our Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil was designed to be evocative of bourbon and work well with liquor themed recipes. Though it doesn't smell exactly like the alcohol. If you're looking for some idea check out our How to Use Alcohol Beverages in Cold Process Soap blog post.

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Maybe the new favoirte

First, out of the bottle, this is one of the worst smelling fragrance oils i’ve ever experienced. I was convinced it was a waste of money and didn’t think i’d use it. But a little of it got on my hands. Two hours after opening the bottle, I could not stop smelling my hands. When it mellows,it transforms into something really special. So we immediately put it in a CP soap, and it is easily my favorite masculine scent we’ve ever done. It is dark and sophisticated, with a hint of subtle sweetness, and woody undertones, and it is really mellow, not musky or aggressive. I’m still trying to decide if it smells like bourbon. I can detect the some bourbon undertones, but to my nose it doesn’t really read bourbon so I haven’t decided what we’re going to call it, but I know we’re going to put it in everything. Shave soap, shave balk, beard oil. Everything. I love it.

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used in cp

I am hoping the test will be in the finished product. Smells nothing like Burbon out of the bottle. Used in CP . Sadly, it still does not smell like bourbon. It doesn't smell bad, it had a pleasant smell but nothing like bourbon.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
We choose all of our fragrance oils based on a full six week cure time so you may end up liking the scent better once used in product. If you're looking for other cocktail inspired scents you may prefer Scotch Whiskey Fragrance Oil, Spiked Eggnog Fragrance Oil or Sparkling Fig Cocktail Fragrance Oil.

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New addition to my product line.

A nice strong scent throw after 6 weeks, so far. Worked great in cp. Will use in a beard oil.