Seven new fragrances are up on the Bramble Berry website as of RIGHT NOW! Want to try them all? Click the button below to purchase a 1 oz size of each of the new fragrances.
This fragrance smells positively edible! It’s a full bodied and smooth beer fragrance blended with Creamy Oatmeal, Orange Peel, Butterscotch, Farm-fresh Milk, Nutty Almond and Rich Vanilla. Are you salivating yet? Soaps beautifully in cold process soap and discolors to a medium brown color.
This beer scent is a favorite in the Bramble Berry warehouse. Fall in love with the magical and warm blend of Pumpkin Puree, Fresh Ginger, Crushed Nutmeg, Warm Cinnamon, Vanilla Sugar and Sparkling Rum. Behaves wonderfully in cold process soap and discolors to a dark brown.
This sweet beer type fragrance is a fruity and sweet mixture of Ripe Strawberries, Sweet Apples, Grape Concord, Sparkling Citrus, Honey and Spiced Vanilla. You’re going to LOVE this unique blend. In cold process soap it loses some of the sweet honey notes leaving you with a fresh, fruity and crisp scent. Soaps beautifully in cold process soap and discolors to a light tan color.
This fruity beer fragrance smells so crisp and clean you’ll want your whole house to smell like Raspberry Porter. It’s a fresh combination of Sun ripened Raspberry, Squeezed Lemon and a winey fruit scent with hints of Green Leaf and Rose. Behaves wonderfully in cold process soap but loses some of the sweet notes leaving you with a spicy raspberry scent. Yum! Discolors to a light tan.
If you’re a chocolate lover you’d better sit down before smelling this fragrance. It will whisk you away to another place and time. The top note is a nutty almond paired with powdered baking chocolate, creamy milk, powdered sugar and vanilla. It’s love at first sniff! Behaves beautifully in cold process soapmaking and discolors to a dark brown. Check out my soap recipe for Hot Cocoa with Marshmallows.
This fragrance is sweet, tart, fresh and delicious! Grapefruit, Lime and Orange are the top citrus notes toned down by Cranberry, Cinnamon, Jasmine and Leafy Greens. Raspberry, Musk and Vanilla are the base notes that hold it all together. Has not yet been tested in cold process soap (we’ll keep you posted).
A fruity, berry, citrusy, herbaceous type with top notes of orange blossom, grapefruit, mixed berry and lemon, middle notes of thyme, raspberry, and jasmine, with a powdery, fruity white musky base note.
Would love your opinion when you do!
Great minds think alike … =) We’ve been planning and testing for over six months and I hope everyone likes them as much as we do.
Sandy’s right – just types of beers – sort of happy generic types of beers.
It’s pretty luscious. I think you’ll be pleased. =)
Love that – I’ve played with beer and goatsmilk but my favorite dilution by far is with wine that I did a few years back and it worked out swimmingly. Though to be fair, the shelf life realllllly wasn’t all that fab.
Good – they all ‘work’ though I haven’t tested them for throw yet. But, they mix in lovely and stay evenly throughout the candle.
Thank you! It was really fun designing the beer line. =)
they all sound wonderful
These scents sound awesome! How do they behave in candles?
I love this stuff essay its so cool and nice, you must try this one! om/
Sandy in Sequim says
They are types of beers.
OMG! I love you! I’ve been on a beer liquid soapmaking kick lately. If you use beer instead of water for the paste it is super easy to stir the whole way through (hint hint). So these will be perfect! Thanks! You rock! This will be a great line!
They all sound yummy, and very unique! Since BB’s Pomegranate & Black Currant is my all time fave scent, I’ll have to try the Cranberry & Pome…
oh my……..the irresistible Brambleberry wizard has been hard at work. these will be hard to pass up………
OK, so, pardon moi, ignorance. Are these first 4 flavors flavors of beer brands?
Wonder Turtle Soaps says
Ooh, so happy to see the beer fragrance oils! A friend of mine was asking me if anyone makes beer FOs. The Pumpkin Lager and Oatmeal Stout sound especially wonderful, although they all sound great! May have to take advantage of the one-ounce sampler deal and try them all! 🙂
Jennifer Sondag says
Oh, wow! These all sound so great and I bet they smell amazing! I can’t wait to try them.