Absinthe Fragrance Oil


 
Absinthe Fragrance Oil  
Absinthe Fragrance Oil  
Absinthe Fragrance Oil

Absinthe Fragrance Oil

64 Reviews

$2.85 - $337.50
Size Price Quantity
1 fl. oz $2.85
4 fl. oz $8.25
8 fl. oz $10.99
16 fl. oz $17.29
5 bottles of 16 fl. oz $81.45
10 bottles of 16 fl. oz $152.90
25 lbs $337.50

Description

Absinthe Fragrance Oil

A fragrance oil by Natures Garden-  Absinthe, also referred to as "The Green Fairy", is an anise-flavored, highly alcoholic beverage derived from the distillation of various herbs; including wormwood.  Absinthe was once banned around the world because it was portrayed as a dangerously addictive psychoactive drug that produced hallucinations, but this vilification of the liquor was never verified.  The ban on absinthe was lifted in the USA in 2007, and the sales of absinthe have skyrocketed since that time.  Traditionally, absinthe is prepared by placing a sugar cube on top of a specially designed perforated spoon.  Absinthe is placed in the glass below, and ice-cold water is drizzled slowly over the sugar cube.  The resulting liquid is cloudy in appearance.  A modern method, The "Bohemian Method" is another method of preparing absinthe for consumption.  This method involves setting the sugar cube on fire before drizzling the ice-cold water over the sugar cube. The sugar cube is soaked in absinthe prior to its lighting.  Obviously, our fragrance oil is not to be consumed.  We believe we have captured the taste of absinthe in the smell of our Absinthe fragrance.

Natures Garden's Absinthe fragrance oil is an aromatic blend of just the right combination of star anise, fennel, spicy cinnamon cassia, nutmeg, melissa, fresh green herbal notes, with base notes of amber and woods.   

*This fragrance was formulated to include natural essential oils

Top Notes:  Star Anise, fennel, green herbal notes
Mid Notes:  Melissa, cinnamon, nutmeg
Base Notes:  Amber, woods

NG Recommended Fragrance Usage:  Absinthe Wholesale Fragrance Oil:  The percentages listed below reflect our maximum suggested fragrance usage in the corresponding finished products.  To review the actual IFRA Certificate of Compliance for this particular fragrance, please refer to the Fragrance IFRA Certificate link on this page.

Vegetable Waxes & Paraffin Wax Maximum Use 10%
Potpourri & Incense Maximum Use 50%
Bath Oils, Soaps, Bath Gels Maximum Use 5%
Lotions & Perfumes Maximum Use 5%
Cleaning Products Maximum Use 5%

Please Note:  Due to the fact that our fragrances are 100% concentrated, we suggest that you test our fragrances in finished products before you make any conclusions about our fragrances. 

Coloring Suggestions:  Absinthe Wholesale Fragrance Oil:

Candles 2 drops green and 2 drops yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded green & yellow color blocks per 4 pounds of wax.  Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.
Bath/Body Products Green & Yellow liquid soap colorant in the amount you desire.  Never use candle dye in any body products.

Important Fragrance Specifics:  Absinthe Wholesale Fragrance Oil:

Phthalate-Free Yes 
CA Prop 65 Reportable Ingredients None
Flash Point of Fragrance 186F
Vanillin Content of Fragrance (This percentage includes all forms of vanillin) 
(In the event that a fragrance contains vanillin, it may tend to discolor bath and body products and soap.  Please test thoroughly.)
 3%
Gel Wax Compatibility
(It is your responsibility to test each fragrance purchase.)
Yes

Fragrance Testing -Performance in Various Applications-  Absinthe Wholesale Fragrance Oil:  Note: Our testing notes should never take the place of your own personal testing.  Always test fragrance in all applications.  We do not take responsibility for our test results differing from your test results.  Natures Garden is not responsible for any finished products made with our raw ingredients.  Cold process soap testing was done by our staff using strict controls. Stick blenders can help to incorporate fragrance back into the soap in the event that it rices during the mixing process. Soaping at room temperature can help to reduce the likelihood of accelerated trace.  Fragrances containing vanilla ingredients may discolor soap.Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products. 

Candles Performs perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.
Soap (Cold Process Results) Slight acceleration, rices but stick blends out, no separation, discolors to a light brown.  An amazingly strong scent!
Perfumes Performs perfectly
Bath & Body Products Performed well
Room Scenting Nice and strong in aroma beads.

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Incredible staying power!

Serial Sniffer from Chandler, AZ USA
I am writing to update a review I left in September of 2012. I was fairly new to CP soaping when I first tried this FO and I did have issues with major acceleration. I made 5 lbs of soap with this scent back in 2012. It was not the prettiest soap but it was very interesting looking and I sold all but one end bar which I kept for myself. After 7 years I can still smell this fragrance in my soap! I recall it was very popular and many of my aesthetic clients still ask about it so I'm back to give it another go. This time I'll go lighter on the stick blending and soap at room temp. It's definitely worth the extra effort.
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Outstanding scent and behaved perfectly in my CP soap!!

A viewer from Illinois
Just recently purchased this FO and have been wanting to try it for such a long time. Was very apprehensive after reading a lot of reviews that said it riced pretty badly and accelerated and/or seized in CP. Made a batch tonight and used 4 colors plus my base, which was black. I only put the FO in the black and my darkest green color, which was not really dark but a bright neon green and I only put a tiny bit in that. I didn't experience even the slightest amount of ricing and my batch stayed fluid and workable for the entire design. I layered the colors in the bottom starting with the darkest green, then a lighter shade of neon green, an aqua-ish color and white. I had to use a spatula and spoon each layer in since my batter was still pretty fluid (thin trace)and I didn't want to break through each layer too much. I was prepared. My hanger tool was already in the mold sitting on the bottom with the arms (or handles??) sticking up out of the mold. Time to mix the black and add the FO. I mixed in the activated charcoal really well first with my whisk, then started adding the FO a little at a time while whisking like crazy, expecting it to rice any second and then seize up. Huh, I got all the FO whisked in and still no ricing and no acceleration. Batter was at medium trace, like pudding but a little thinner. Could have poured it in the mold but I spooned it in at first so it wouldn't break through the colors. Put most of it in, did my hanger design (it might be weird, I don't know. I'm a spaz with the hanger tool) and then finished putting the rest of the black in. Topped with a row of each color in the same order I layered them and did a slow, careful figure 8 design on top. It looks amazing!! It is still in the mold and I CANNOT WAIT to unmold it tomorrow. I hope my swirl design is at least a little like what I was envisioning in my mind. I am honestly just thrilled that I did not have any issues with this FO. It smells fantastic and I will continue buying it and soaping it in the future. I soaped at about 90 degrees F and when I first added my lye water to my oils I literally only stick blended for about 10 seconds. Split off for my colors. Put the base aside. Added the 4 colors, mixed each with a spatula very well then pulsed with the stick blender. Did not use the stick blender in the main black base portion. Used a whisk for that entire part of the process. Maybe adding the FO a little bit at a time and whisking really fast helped avoid ricing. Not sure, but I know I'll do it the same way next time I soap it.
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