More Soaping stuff

When I ordered the orange essential oil to finally get around to making my citrus soap, I also indulged and bought tester-sized bottles of two new frangrances.

Cedar and Saffron – Fragrant cedar is infused with the sensual smoky scents of patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver, then topped with Eastern spices and a trace of white musk.



Spiced Mahogany – This deep, rich woody scent has notes of Italian Bergamot, Apple Wood and Tonka Bean to round out the darker, more sensuous Patchouli, Cedarwood, and Oakmoss. To keep this fragrance from smelling like a freshly cut wood floor, we’ve added spices of Cardamom, Vanilla Bourbon and allspice. Because of the Vanilla, this fragrance will discolor your soap but the resulting fragrance is one of sophistication and verve.

Do either of them take anyone’s fancy?  Suggestions on which one I should use first ????




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