I have so many new amazing scents for Fall inspired soaps that I am having an impossible time trying to decide which ones to make first! Some will be cold process soaps and some will be melt and pour soaps, so all will be made eventually.
Right now, I am trying to decide which of the 4 following I should use to create cold process soaps. Can you help a wicked girl out?
Here's a quick description of each scent:
Pumpkin Cappuccino: Nice spicy pumpkin with the perfect hint of robust coffee.
Black Irish: A clean, sporty, marine type with top-notes of lavender, fir and bergamot, a light floral/herbal middle-note, and a woodsy, sandalwood and musk base-note.
Amaretto Tiramisu: A delicious treat from the heart of Italy! Smell all the wonderful tones of Italian amaretto espresso, lady fingers, cocoa powder, Madeira, mascarpone, and heavy cream.
Earth Goddess: An earthy blend reminiscient of a summer forest just after a rain storm. Ripe with juicy berries, wild mint and herbs.
Amber Moon: Warm woods, lively citruses and soft floral notes are harmoniously blended, creating the core of this composition. Precious amber, creamy sandalwood and vanilla further enhance this accord, adding to its alluring appeal.
Gingerbread Latte: The comforting scent of home baked gingerbread and tantalizing espresso.
Green Irish Tweed: Creed's Green Irish Tweed was created for Cary Grant. This is an elegant, rich, sporty scent with notes of sandalwood, Florentine iris, herbaceous clover, French verbena, violet leaves and ambergris. It's simply what a well-dressed man ought to smell like!
Cinnamon Toffee: A blend of caramel, creme brulee, cinnamon, sugar, toffee and vanilla.
Maple Crunch: Blend of maple, smoky nut, and vanilla bean.
Butter Rum: Old-fashioned blend of rich, buttery vanilla with a dash of cinnamon and spices.