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Smoky Patchouli:We're excited about this new fragrance. It's a replacement for our regular Patchouli fragrance (which we can't order due to Patchouli EO shortages). Heavy on synthetic Patchouli and Smoke notes, in cold process soap, this works smashingly as a straight, deep, earthy patchouli. In melt and pour, it smells a bit more like firewood and makes a sensual men's fragrance.
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (172ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
Great News! This fragrance had been added to our Bramble Berry line. Look for it soon on our regular fragrance pages.
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I bought this in a 1 oz kit with different oils. This smelled great. I used the 1 oz per pound 2 weeks ago and there is hardly any scent left. So disappointed because I was so in love with the scent. I won't be buying anymore of this FO. I'm not sure if my bottle was bad or what because it smelt so nice. So I don't know. Anyone else have this problem?
Being a serious Patchouli junkie this blows me away! Soft, but deeply sensual. Very pleased with this one.
This fragrance reminds me of an Indian shop where I used to buy gifts -- they sold aromatic wooden boxes and burned beautiful incense. I love this fragrance and agree that it needs time to develop in soap. Sniff testers pick up this bar over and over; many eventually chose it. I had a lot of fun blending with it in soap, and my personal favorite is a blend with Ginger Patchouli. In lotion, I have used just a few drops, blended with other notes, and people seem to love it.
I smelled this in the bottle and it was "OK" as far as patchouli goes but I made a batch of body butter/shaving cream and UGH!!! All I could smell was smoke.... Nothing else. I ended up adding something else to it to salvage it but no. I'll never order this one again
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Mioshee! I'm sorry you didn't like this scent! We love the deep, smoky notes of our Smoky Patchouli fragrance oil. If you're looking for other patchouli scents that don't have that smoke note you may like Ginger Patchouli Fragrance Oil, Flower Child Fragrance Oil, or Patchouli Fragrance Oil.
I got this as a sample and recently used it in M&P when someone asked me for patchouli. I frankly don't know what patchouli is or how it is supposed to smell. I've smelled a few different ones and they all seem to be different, so i don't know what is supposed to be authentic. But I liked this fragrance and so did the person I made it for so I'm going to give it a try with a CP batch. It does smell smokey but I don't think it smells like an ashtray at all, it doesn't smell that kind of "smoky". The reviews for the regular patchouli seem to be universally awful so I will stick with this for now.
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