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Saffron and Honey: We're absolutely ecstatic to have found a sweet and exotic honey fragrance. It’s a fabulous blend of cardamom, clover, musk and honey rounded out with smooth, milky notes. If you’re looking for something unique and sophisticated, this fragrance is for you!
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (181ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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I purchase this from the name alone and read the feedback afterwards. I was prepared to hate the scent based on the reviews. This is an amazing scent that is global and very grounding
This FO gave me headaches every time I would come close to it. But after a long time, it mellowed down, and people actually buy it. Scents are very personal not my thing. to me it smells like an lady that put too much of an old powder. I was trying to find something reminding of indian spices, but I will try another scent for this soap.
Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Ginny! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite, though I'm glad it's been popular with your customers. We love the sweet blend of spices and honey rounded out with a creamy undertone. If you're looking for other exotic scents, you may like Indian Sandalwood Cybilla Fragrance Oil, Arabian Spice Fragrance Oil, or Chai Tea Cybilla Fragrance Oil.
Love this one. I was sad to hear it wont be carried anymore. It is a scent for a staple in my product line. :( finding something close and just as wonderful will be hard. Works well in CP and MP. No problems at all.
I am donating & getting rid of my 2 oz bottle of this fragrance oil because it smells like DEET, Alcohol & some sort of vehicle oil. I would never use this in my homemade soaps because they would smell like chemicals instead of Saffron & Honey. I would not buy again or reccomendit to anyone unless they like the smell of DEET or want their products smelling like chemicals!
I work in a Mediterranean restaurant, and the owners are Iranian and cook a variety of Persian foods with saffron, and I have fallen in love with the smell. There is one particular dessert dish, shole zard, which is made with saffron and rose water, and I was really hoping to make a soap that smells reminiscent of that by mixing this and a rose fragrance. However, the scent is much more along the lines of honey and hay than honey and saffron. And while saffron DOES have some hay-like qualities to its scent, they definitely are not interchangeable. So a little disappointed that the fragrance is not what I expected... however, it is a wonderful scent in its own right.
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