Sweet Cakes' fantabulously popular cranberry blend -- a spicy-tart fusion of cranberry with soft spice notes -- ginger, cinnamon, clove, and cardamom. The perfect blend of tart, tart true cranberry and holiday spices. Our second-best seller during the holidays, and popular throughout the live-long year, as well. Flashpoint: 150º F.
An amazing addition to our repertoire of men's fragrances! The House of Creed created Silver Mountain Water in 1995, and it's been a top-seller ever since. Our re-creation of this perennial favorite is sexy, sexy, sexy -- a fresh, riveting fusion of citrus, green tea, black currant, and a whole lot of other high-end perfumery stuff that turns 98-pound weaklings into high-born European chick magnets. We've had our version formulated for use in soap, candles, lotions, shampoos, etc., so go ahead and scent up a storm. Flashpoint: 192º F
The crisp, green aroma of a freshly sliced cucumber (with just a touch of rain to anchor it). No bells, whistles, or complicated perfumey notes. BOTTOM LINE: Irresistible in its simplicity.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is the same fragrance oil as is listed under "E" for Econocuke. Flashpoint: >200º F.
Not just any old Cucumber Melon, but an amazingly accurate copy of the extremely popular Bath & Body Works blend. It took several tries to get this one just right, but the perfumer persevered, and this baby is fantastic, even in cold-process soap. Top notes of fresh cucumber, ripe melons, apple, and pear lead to a floral heart of muguet, rose, jasmine, and cyclamen. A rich, sweet drydown is provided by oakmoss and vanilla. Flashpoint: >200º F.
As if Cucumber Melon weren't glorious enough on its own, we have found a way to put a new twist on it:
5 parts Sweet Cakes World's Best Magnolia Fragrance
2 parts Sweet Cakes Orange Blossom Fragrance
1 part Sweet Cakes Cucumber Melon (B&BW type) Fragrance
A hot afternoon, and a blend that cooled the warm summer day! This blend is unique, and a bit risky, I'll admit. But the end result is a wonderful breath of fresh air. Blending tip: For a more floral blend, add one part True Rose. It will actually "warm" the blend up a bit.