Cinnamon Sugartails Fragrance Oil

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4.50 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

Cinnamon Sugartails Fragrance Oil –

You pull up to the town fair, and with your first step out of the car you smell the most delectable waft of warm cinnamon, with soft baked dough, fine crystals of sweet yummy sugar, and just that icing on the cake with a final breeze of maple. This is Canada. These are a staple! Your nose will thank you! We could not stop smelling this oil!

FP: 159

Soap: 2.1%

 

Description

Cinnamon Sugartails Fragrance Oil –

You pull up to the town fair, and with your first step out of the car you smell the most delectable waft of warm cinnamon, with soft baked dough, fine crystals of sweet yummy sugar, and just that icing on the cake with a final breeze of maple. This is Canada. These are a staple! Your nose will thank you! We could not stop smelling this oil!

 

Vanillin –

ET Vanillin –

FP: 159

Soap: 2.1%

Additional information

Weight 17 lbs
Dimensions 9.5 × 16.5 × 9 in
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2 reviews for Cinnamon Sugartails Fragrance Oil

    LightLuscious
    4 out of 5
    July 9, 2021
    INFORMATION FOR SOAPERS
    the fragrance itself smells amazing. It smells sweet and spicy. The fragrance notes of cinnamon, sugar, maple syrup and dough certainly come through. ...More
    the fragrance itself smells amazing. It smells sweet and spicy. The fragrance notes of cinnamon, sugar, maple syrup and dough certainly come through. It also did not accelerate trace, did not heat up my batch, did not discolour at first and worked very well. I only made my soap one colour as I was adding a lot of extras to the top and sides of my soap but it behaved well.



    The reason why I'm not giving this review 5 stars is plain and simply the fact for lack of information here. So, I ran some tests batches and here's what I've found.



    Vanilla content (Vanillin & ET) is probably around 3-5%. After a week, my soap was between milk and dark brown. It hasn't browned any further writing this review. I used a vanilla stabilizer in my CP soap at the usage rate for less than 10% vanillin content and it's worked. Which makes me believe the vanilla content is around 3-5%. Maybe even slightly more.



    Soaped at 80-90F. No acceleration, no initial discolouration, no heating up, no ricing, no separation. It did crack on me though even when my soap molds were in front of the A/C unit. Not too bad, but this may be an issue with soapers who soap at higher temps. Overall, the scent sticks and it smells great.
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    terrilync
    5 out of 5
    May 14, 2021
    Just like a Beavertail! Used in wax melts and every note gets better
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