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Not my cup of “eggnog.”

My first batch of eggnog soap (soap queen recipe) looked phenomenal but smelled kind of like dirt. I thought maybe it was my imagination and I needed to wait the full six weeks to cure. Nope. Still hated it. 1st batch has been turned into soap curls. Second batch I added Kentucky bourbon f/o and I love it.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
The Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil would be a great option to blend this scent with if you're not partial to it. If you're looking for other seasonal scents you may prefer Pumpkin Souffle Fragrance Oil or Hazelnut Toffee Fragrance Oil.

In Love

It smells divine 😍 I just made the eggnog soap. I can’t wait to give it out for Christmas presents!

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Did not last

I loved the smell in the bottle, and shortly after pour it smelled fantastic. I used a little over 3.5 oz (by weight) for 5 lbs of soap (which is between the medium and strong level per the fragrance calculator). However, 48 hours after pouring the scent had faded considerably. It has been four days since pour and the scent is unrecognizable. Putting the bar next to an unscented bar of soap it is obvious that there is some form of scent, but it smells nothing like eggnog or even pleasant. I hope the scent "comes back" like Brambleberry said on a previous review, but because of this fragrance's performance I will no longer buy a bottle of fragrance without first requesting a sample to try myself. I will ammend this review if the scent does come back after curing, but as of right now it gets a solid 3 stars because it didn't accelerate my trace.

Love this!

I actually made soy candles with this scent. You definitely smell the buttery rum with the eggnog finish. Something different than the usual holiday scents.

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Did not hold in CP

As soon as I smell it I fell hard for this fragrance. This is spot on homemade eggnog; comforting, buttery, with the right amount of spice to it. I like it so much that I even ordered a 16 oz bottle before trying it out in my soap. Well, day 2 of curing and you can hardly tell what the soap smells like; 1 week later, I'm rubbing my nose into the soap in the hope of getting even a glimpse of the fragrance initial glory, instead I have a mild smell that has nothing to do with eggnog. I will try it in different product in hope that the initial blissful state of comfort that this fragrance evoke will remain unaltere

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
We fell in love with our Spiked Eggnog Fragrance Oil out of bottle as well and found it to be strong when used at 0.8 oz per pound of cold process soap with our Fragrance Calculator. We choose all of our fragrance oils based off of a full 6 week cure time -- it will often come back stronger after a while, you may end up liking it better at that point.