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Jan
03

Pink Sangria Soap Recipe


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Pink Sangria Soap RecipePink Sangria Soap Recipe

Fruity beverages always seem to bring an extra sense of brightness into anyone’s life. From the tart taste of lemon to the sweet juiciness of a plum, any kind of fruit can brighten anyone’s day. Nature’s Garden’s Pink Sangria Soap Recipe attempts to bring this same refreshing sensation into anyone’s household. This melt and pour soap recipe is easy for anyone to make. This recipe captures the fruity essence of cherries, oranges, raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. Below, we mention how you can make your own soap at home that smells just like sangria.

What is Sangria?

The sangria is a drink that has originated from Spain. You can mix this drink using red wine and chopped fruit. Traditionally, you could find this drink served in clay pitchers. Now, you can commonly find sangria mixed into wine glasses. No one has been able to find the true origin of the drink, but it can be traced back to Spain, England, and Greece. The drink has been traced back to the 18th century to another similar drink called Sangaree. The Sangaree was a drink served in the Caribbeans and could be served either iced or hot. There are many different combinations that you can put into the Sangria which make it such a unique drink. Traditionally, this drink can be mixed with any fruit that the user desires to put in it. Some of the fruits that are commonly added include blueberries, strawberries, lemon, grapes, pineapple, and many others. Other additions to Sangria that aren’t unheard of are brandy, sparkling water, and liqueur.

Properties of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour SoapProperties of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap

Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap is the soap of choice used in the Pink Sangria Soap Recipe. This soap contains a lot of unique properties, which make it the perfect fit for this recipe. This MP soap base has a translucent color to it that allows embeds to easily show when added to this soap. The shininess of the soap also makes for a nice glistening effect on your end product when you are done making it. For example, in this recipe, we used this soap because it allows the vibrancy of the fruit soap embeds to show the best. Another great property of this soap, as with any other melt and pour soap, is that it has a high moisturizing content. This soap contains 99.5% glycerin and deodorized distilled coconut oil.

 

Ingredients:
Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
FUN Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet
Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Black Oxide
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink
Da Bomb Soap Dye Red
FUN Soap Colorant Eye Poke Orange
FUN Soap Colorant Tomato Red
Mitre Box
Cutter For Mitre Box

Other Ingredients & Equipment You’ll Need:
Cutting Board
Scale
Microwave safe containers
Large Knife
Microwave
Mixing Spoons
Loaf Molds (2)
Strawberries Mold (all fruit molds found at www.flexiblemolds.com)
Berries Mold 
Mini Cherries Mold 
Lemon/Lime Slices Mold 

 

Preparing the Orange Soap EmbedsPreparing the Orange Soap Embeds

The first fruit that will be included in our pink sangria soap is orange slices. So, we will start by creating these embeds. The first step is to melt 60 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. Thoroughly melt the soap in the microwave in 30-second intervals until it is a liquid state, stirring in between each 30-second burst. Once melted, add 4 drops of the Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant and 3 grams of the Sangria Fragrance Oil.  Stir to blend the ingredients together. Make sure that the orange color and the fragrance oil fully incorporate into the soap. Then, pour the orange soap into the orange slices mold.

Setting up the Orange Soap EmbedsSetting up the Orange Soap Embeds

After pouring the soap, spray it with rubbing alcohol to release any air bubbles. You want to allow adequate time for the soap to setup in the mold. Once the soap sets up, remove the embeds from the mold. Finally, you can set the orange slice embeds aside. They will be used in a later step.

 

 

 

Preparing and Setting up the Soap Cherry EmbedsPreparing and Setting up the Soap Cherry Embeds

The next fruit that goes into a sangria is cherries. So, the next embeds we need to create are the cherry soaps. To start off, you want to melt 30 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap. Make sure that the soap is thoroughly melted. Melting the soap thoroughly will ensure that the cherry soap embeds are as smooth as possible. Once the soap has melted, add 3 drops of the tomato red FUN Soap Colorant and 1 gram of the Sangria Fragrance Oil. Stir the soap thoroughly to completely mix the red colorant and the fragrance oil.  Pour the red soap into the cherries mold and allow enough time to setup. When the soap appears completely hard, remove it from the mold. 

Preparing and Setting up the Blackberry Soap EmbedsPreparing and Setting up the Blackberry Soap Embeds

The next fruit that goes into a sangria is blackberries. So, the next soap embeds we will be making for the Pink Sangria Soap Recipe are the blackberries. To start out, weigh out and melt 150 grams of Natures Garden’s Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. Completely melt the soap base before moving on. To the melted soap, you want to add 11 drops of the Ultramarine Violet, 2 drops of the Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 7 grams of the Sangria Fragrance Oil. Stir the colors thoroughly into the soap until everything is thoroughly blended. Pour the dark purple melted soap into the berries mold. Set aside and allow adequate time for the soap embeds to completely setup. Once setup, remove them from the mold.

Preparing and Setting Up the Raspberry Soap EmbedsPreparing and Setting Up the Raspberry Soap Embeds

The next fruit that goes into a sangria is raspberries. Thus, the next soap embeds to make are the red raspberries. To start out, you want to weigh out and melt 150 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. Melt the soap base thoroughly before moving on. Next, add 2 drops of the Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant, 3 drops of the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant, 3 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant, and 7 grams of the Sangria Fragrance Oil. Completely stir the soap until all of the colors have blended together. You want to see a solid, uniform red raspberry color when you are done. Also, make sure to completely mix in the fragrance oil as well. Then, pour the red soap into the berries mold. Allow adequate time for the soap to setup and solidify. Once setup, remove the raspberry embeds from the mold.

Preparing and Setting Up the Strawberry Soap EmbedsPreparing and Setting Up the Strawberry Soap Embeds

The final fruit that goes into a sangria is strawberries. Thus, we are now going to create the strawberry soap embeds.  Start out by melting 230 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap. Since there is more soap base here, allow adequate time for this soap to melt completely. After the soap is completely melted, add 11 grams of the Sangria Fragrance Oil and 10 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant.  Stir the soap completely to allow the red color to mix in, as well as the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil. Pour the melted red soap into the strawberries mold. Since the strawberries are thicker than the previous fruits that were made, you want to allow more time for these to set up. When you are pulling the strawberry embeds out of the molds, ensure that their centers aren’t liquid anymore. When you are sure they are completely solid, remove the strawberries from the mold.

Preparing the Soap BasePreparing the Soap Base

Now that all of the fruit soap embeds are done, the last of the soap to melt is the filling of the loaf portion of the soap mold. This portion is what holds all of the fruit soap embeds in place in the soap and represents the pink sangria portion of the soap. To do this, first, weigh out and melt 1650 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. Once again, you will need to melt the soap in the microwave in 30-second intervals. Next, add one drop of the Da Bomb Soap Dye and 82 grams of the Sangria Fragrance Oil to the melted soap base. Stir the ingredients together to completely incorporate the soap dye and the fragrance oil.  We have used the Da Bomb Soap Dye from Natures Garden for this portion. This will allow the clear soap base to maintain a translucent appearance.

Pouring and Finishing the SoapPouring and Finishing the Soap

Get the loaf molds out. Take the fruit molds you made earlier, and add them to the loaf molds. Position the fruit in the molds so they are adequately spaced, and there is a variety in each loaf mold. Adding variety to each soap mold will ensure that they look as colorful as possible when they come out of the molds. Next, pour the soap base from the previous step into the loaf molds, over the fruit embeds. Fill the loaf molds to cover everything inside of it. If you choose, you can spray the soap with rubbing alcohol.  However, we wanted our soap to have a bubbly look so we chose not to spray this portion. Once the soap is completely setup, remove it from the molds. The last step is to slice your soap using the mitre box and mitre box cutter. Your Pink Sangria Soap Recipe is now ready to be used. You can use them in the bathroom, or in the kitchen, take your pick, We hope you enjoyed this melt and pour soap recipe!

Note:

Testing of these recipes is your responsibility. Nature’s Garden is not responsible for the use of our products, and is completely under the discretion of the user who uses them. It is under your responsibility to comply with FDA regulations if you plan to sell or make any of our recipes for your own personal gain. Nature’s Garden can’t offer any advice on how to use or where to purchase any ingredients that you use in this recipe that we don’t sell. 

Sangria is a delicious fruity drink that incorporates a bunch of different fruits. There are many other fruity, non-alcoholic cocktails that you can make too at home. My favorite drink out of this list is the Piña Colada. This tropical drink has a Spanish name that translates to Pineapple and Strained (the strains of coconut). Another refreshing drink in this list is the Bahama Mama. This drink is similar to the sangria in which it incorporates a lot of different fruits. The Bahama Mama uses grapefruit, grenadine, orange juice, and a lot of different fruits. Next time the weather gets really hot, try making one of these drinks and refresh yourself.

Dec
14

Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub Recipe


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Sparkling Sangria Facial Scrub RecipeSparkling Sangria Body Scrub Recipe

Our Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub Recipe is a product that you are sure to fall in love with! It contains a lot of different oils combined with mango butter to create a nice, smooth, and moisturizing scrub. You can use this to exfoliate your face as well as your entire body, which is an added bonus! We will also be mentioning a new ingredient that Natures Garden now carries, SLSA. We have recently added SLSA to the website. It really enhances the products that it is used in, and we are excited to share. We also love coming up with new and creative recipes for all of our customers to try out, which this recipe showcases. Bringing out your creative side is always fun, especially in this industry.

Ingredients Found at Natures Garden:

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Silky Emulsifying Wax
Avocado Oil
Coconut Oil 76
Palm Oil
Mango Butter
Jojoba Oil
Candelilla Wax
Optiphen Preservative
Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil
Vitamin E Oil
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
8 oz Clear PET Jars
70/400 White Straight Smooth Lids
Thermometer

Other Ingredients & Equipment You Will Need:

Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon
Rubber Spatula
Stove Top Pots (for double boiler method)
White granulated sugar

Total Recipe Weight Amounts:

136 grams Coconut Oil 76
113 grams Avocado Oil
62 grams Palm Oil
74 grams Mango Butter
50 grams Silky Emulsifying Wax
12 grams Candelilla Wax
20 grams Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil
5 grams Optiphen Preservative
5 grams Vitamin E Oil
580 grams White Granulated Sugar
110 grams of Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
3 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
3 grams Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Before you begin, clean, wipe down, and sanitize your work station along with all of your packaging materials. We would like to suggest that you wear gloves, a face mask, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. Get out all of your ingredients, and you are going to need four of the 8 ounce clear PET jars for this recipe, with lids. 

Soaping Oil PropertiesIngredients Highlight: Soaping Oil Properties

Before we get started, it is important to understand the reasoning behind using the oils that we did. Every oil has specific properties and purposes which are different from other oils. In this recipe, we used Coconut Oil 76, Avocado Oil, and Palm Oil. Each of these adds to the consistency of the body scrub and what purposes that it serves. We actually have a class on our website that is all about learning the different properties of commonly used soaping oils. In this class, we mention characteristics such as hardness, cleansing, conditioning, bubbly lather, and creamy lather. Each of these are based on a range of 1 to 100. Every oil that you will encounter contains different levels of these characteristics, and therefore will add different things to each creation that you make. The oils that you choose to work with and incorporate into your recipes will really depend on what kind of product that you want to achieve. There are definitely some benefits to each kind of oil, but some of them can replace each other in homemade soap making and other types of recipes.

Coconut Oil 76Coconut Oil 76

Beginning with Coconut Oil 76, the hardness level is a 79. The cleansing and bubbly lather properties are both rated a 67. The conditioning is a 10 and the creamy lather is a 12. With all of this being said, we can see that Coconut Oil 76 is decent for cleansing, lathering, and can be useful when making a hard soap because it is high in hardness. However, it will not be conditioning or have much creaminess to it.

Avocado OilAvocado Oil

The next oil we are going to look at is Avocado Oil. This is an oil that is fairly high in conditioning, at a 70. This was a great oil to add to this scrub recipe to make your skin soft when it is applied to the body. When it comes to the hardness and creamy lather, they are rated at a 22, which is pretty low. Avocado Oil does not contribute to cleansing or bubbly lather at all since they are rated at a zero for both of them.

Palm OilPalm Oil

Lastly, we are going to talk about Palm Oil. The level of hardness is a 50, cleansing is at a 1, the conditioning properties is a 49, bubbly lather is a 1, and the creamy lather is a 49. As you can tell from these numbers, Palm Oil is hardly cleansing at all, as well as having next to no bubbly lather to it. The Coconut Oil 76 contributes somewhat to cleansing, but the avocado oil and palm oil do not at all. The same is true with the bubbly lather. Since this is the case, and we all want our facial and body scrubs to be very cleansing to our skin, that is where the SLSA comes into play. We added in this ingredient because it is a nice foaming agent that helps create lather, mainly in soap, but also does in body scrubs somewhat. Another great thing about it is that it is super cleansing, which needed to be added to this recipe.

Mango ButterMango Butter

Another one of the ingredients that adds to the soft touch of this body scrub is Natures Garden mango butter. This butter is super soft and melts right on the skin. It contains many properties that help to really moisturize and soften the skin. It is a good ingredient to add to recipes to help with dry skin as well. Mango butter is commonly used to create lip balms, lip gloss, lotions, scrubs, and other bath and body products such as soap.

Weighing Out and Melting Your Oils and Mango ButterWeighing Out and Melting Your Oils and Mango Butter

For our first step, we need to get out our scale. Weigh out the 136 grams of coconut oil, 113 grams of avocado oil, 62 grams of palm oil, 74 grams of mango butter, 50 grams of silky emulsifying wax, and 12 grams of candelilla wax. As we normally do, we used the double boiler method to melt all of these ingredients down together. Place a few inches of water into a regular stovetop pot and allow it to heat up. Only use a pot that is strictly for soap, cosmetic, and candle making. Add your pouring pot, with the oils and mango butter in it, to the stovetop pot once the water has had some time to heat up. As they are melting, stir it occasionally. 

Adding in the Preservative and Fragrance OilAdding in the Preservative and Fragrance Oil

Once all of the oils have melted, remove them from the heat source on your stove. Before doing anything else, we need to let the mixture cool down a little bit. Allow the temperature of the melted mixture to drop to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, you can weigh out and add in the 5 grams of optiphen preservative, 5 grams of vitamin E oil, and 20 grams of the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil. Stir in order to fully incorporate the ingredients. 

Getting the temperature correct before adding the optiphen preservative is imperative. We suggest adding it anywhere between 120 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. By adding it before reaching a temperature of at least 120 degrees, the emulsification process might not take place. This will lead to your mixture separating and becoming unstable, which will make it useless. However, adding it above a temperature of 140 degrees will burn the optiphen off and it will not properly preserve your product. Using optiphen is going to ensure that bacteria and germs do not grow on your scrub. Optiphen will kill different types of bacteria, yeast and mold, which makes adding it essential to a lot of cosmetic products and formulas. It is made up of Phenoxyethanol and Caprylyl Glycol, the latter of which provides a soft, nice feel to finished formulas. This makes it very useful in products such as sunscreen, lotion, shampoo, body wash, and other types of cream. Adding a preservative such as optiphen can give your creams and scrubs a longer shelf life of up to six months, which is quite a long time!

Sangria Punch Fragrance OilSangria Punch Fragrance Oil

One of the main ingredients used to create this foaming facial scrub is the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden. Since it is in the title of the recipe, this is no surprise. This is an original fragrance exclusively available at Natures Garden and is one of our many multi layered fragrance oils. When you smell it, it begins with delicious fruity top notes of orange, lemon, grape, apple, and lime. The middle notes give off scents of pomegranate and blackberries, sitting on a dry down sugary base. When it comes to using it in specific products, we suggest about a 10% maximum usage in candle waxes. For potpourri and incense, about a 50% maximum usage, and a 5% maximum usage in bath products, lotions, perfume, and cleaning supplies. It can also be used in cold process soap. When tested for cold process soap, the results showed no acceleration, no discoloration, no ricing, no separation, and it held the scent very well and was very strong.

Mixing the Dry Ingredients TogetherMixing the Dry Ingredients Together

In a mixing bowl, blend the granulated sugar, diamond dust mica pigment, and the sodium lauryl sulfoacetate. This is a new surfactant ingredient that we have recently been working with in some of our recipes. Blend the sugar, mica pigment, and SLSA together using your hands. This will make it a lot easier to incorporate all of the ingredients together compared to using a spoon. Additionally, remove any clumps you find in the mixture.

Combine the Liquid Ingredients with the Dry IngredientsCombine the Liquid Ingredients with the Dry Ingredients

Pour your liquid ingredients that are melted down into the bowl containing the dry sugar mixture ingredients. Thoroughly mix and stir the two together and ensure that there are no clumps of dry mixture left. This is important for when we pour into our jars so that the scrub is nice and smooth for application to the body.

Adding the FUN Soap ColorantAdding the FUN Soap Colorant

Once you have mixed the liquid ingredients with the dry sugar mixture, you can add the tomato red FUN soap colorant. We waited to add the colorant until this step, as opposed to when we added the vitamin E oil, optiphen preservative, and the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil. This is because we knew the sugar mixture may lighten the color up. If we added the colorant before this step, we might have added too much of it, and we wanted to create a nice pink color as opposed to a dark red shade.

Pouring the Product into the JarsPouring the Product into the Jars

Now, you can finally add the scrub to each of your four jars. Place lids on each of them to finish up your scrub! This can be used right after it is poured in the jar if you are happy with its consistency. However, another option that you have is to wait at least a few hours or even a day to allow it to set up more. If you do wait for a little bit, the scrub will become a thicker consistency to work with. This will allow you to add more granulated sugar if you would like a thicker consistency. Either one of these options will work and it is truly up to whatever you prefer to do.

We hope that you had a fun time creating this Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub Recipe with us! If this sangria foaming body scrub recipe has you craving the real thing, try this sparkling champagne recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction.

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Jun
14

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer


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Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for SummerMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer

Take a look at the best our compiled list of the best Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer from Natures Garden.We created a list of some of the best mixed drink scents we carry to try to make your summer crafting a bit easier. All the best of our summertime beverage scents are in one, convenient place. These refreshing beverage scents will make a perfect addition to your products this summer. So, all you have to do is think of a fun crafting idea, pick your favorite mixed drink fragrance and get into some real summer fun!

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Mojito Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Mojito Fragrance Oil

If you are looking for an authentic mojito fragrance, then you definitely came to the right place! Our mojito fragrance oil has strong top notes of juicy lime and sugar that are balanced with refreshing mint leaves and the true scent of rum. This is a perfect scent for those homemade crafts that could use a fun scent boost. Further, during our test burns in candles, this fragrance oil filled the entire test room in less than fifteen minutes! So, we think that this would be one of the best fragrance oils for you to use in soy candles or any other kind of candle wax!

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Hot Buttered Rum Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Hot Buttered Rum Fragrance Oil

Another delicious mixed drink scent is the Hot Buttered Rum Fragrance Oil. This sweet fragrance begins with top notes of true rum, middle notes of sweet Bourbon Vanilla, and is complimented with base notes of creamy buttery toffee to create a scrumptious scent that is perfect for both body products or candles! Plus, this scent performs very well in cold process soap recipes. So, you will definitely want to check out this true to life fragrance oil!

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Margarita Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Margarita Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a fragrance oil with everything that you could want for a mixed drink scent. The fresh Margarita Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a fresh lime fragrance with hints of lemon rinds and fresh greenery. Our delicious fragrance oil has high levels of essential oil of lime for a true-to-name aroma. So, this scent is a tangy lime margarita aroma that is truly delicious! This means that this fragrant oil will be a perfect way to step up your bath and body products or room scenting creations.

 

 

 

Margarita Salt Scrub RecipeIf you enjoy our Margarita Fragrance, then you are going to be in love with our Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe! This refreshing scrub recipe uses this scrumptious beverage scent to create a foaming salt scrub product that is simply irresistible. Not only will this scrub smell great, it is a pretty bright color that is sure to bring attention. Plus, this recipe is no joke, it is sure to thoroughly soften and moisturize your skin.

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Strawberry Daiquiri Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Strawberry Daiquiri Fragrance Oil

Next, we have another wonderful mixed drink that is absolutely delicious! This sweet scent is a perfect choice for lovers of sweet strawberry scents. This perfect fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a refreshing blend of fresh strawberries and lemon zests with hints of fresh vanilla notes. This fragrant oil would be perfect for anything from candles to bath products. Furthermore, some have said that this fragrance oil reminds them of a strawberry Jolly Rancher. So, this scent may work for creating strawberry candy scented candles!

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil

Further, take a chance on a daring scent that is a perfect match for a well known cocktail called Sex on the Beach. So, get ready to get wild with your summer crafting thanks to this yummy mixed drink scent. This exhilarating fragrance oil is a fruity combination of fresh ripened peaches, freshly squeezed oranges, and spiced cranberry. Of course, this scrumptious fragrance oil is a Nature’s Garden best selling scent and would be a perfect scent for candle making!

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Sangria Punch Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out our amazing sangria fragrance oil! This fruity sangria fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a refreshing melody beginning with top notes of grape, orange, lemon, lime, and apple, followed by middle notes of pomegranate and blackberries; sitting on a dry down of sugar. Plus, this NG original fragrance now has a higher essential oil content. So, this scent will be fresher and more true, which is perfect for your recipes.

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer NG Strawberries and Champagne Type Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer NG Strawberry and Champagne Type Fragrance Oil

If you’re interested in a classier drink scent, then you could try out our Strawberry and Champagne Fragrance Oil. This elegant fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sweet blend of red fruits boosted by lily of the valley and apple cider. This scent will work perfectly in soap crafting and smell fantastic for candles. Plus, this aroma is super yummy in bath and body products, such as lotions or scrubs. Obviously, this scent is one of Nature’s Garden’s best selling fragrances!  While it’s not technically a mixed drink, who doesn’t love a strawberry champagne combo?

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Absinthe Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Absinthe Fragrance Oil

Absinthe, or the “The Green Fairy”, is an anise-flavored, highly alcoholic beverage derived from the distillation of various herbs; including wormwood. Fun fact, Absinthe was once banned around the world because it was thought to be a dangerously addictive psychoactive drug that produced hallucinations. However, this vilification of the liquor was never verified. While our Absinthe Fragrance Oil isn’t a drug, it is an addicting aroma. This scent is an aromatic blend of the perfect amount of star anise, fennel, spicy cinnamon cassia, nutmeg, Melissa, fresh green herbal notes, with base notes of amber and woods.

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Amaretto Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Amaretto Fragrance Oil

While amaretto is of Italian origin from the base word Amaro meaning bitter, the liquor is actually sweetened. This sweetened taste is the flavor we all know and love in an Amaretto mixed drink, so we have carried this over into our rendition of this mixed drink. This Natures Garden scent is the aroma of fresh, true almond with notes of ripe, juicy cherries, fresh apple, orange blossoms, and a base of vanilla. This true to life fragrance oil is perfect for recipes like cp soap and is a great scent for candles. So, grab a bottle of Amaretto Fragrance and get crafting.

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Beer Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Beer Fragrance Oil

Obviously, we did not want a stale-smelling beer scent. Also, many more attempts for this scent that we’ve tried contained floral notes and we absolutely did not want a beer scent that had floral notes. But, eventually, we discovered the perfect beer aroma! This truly unique fragrance, the perfumist combined the aroma of malt liquor straight from the tap and gave it a fruity twist. He creatively combined notes of malt liquor and hops with fruity notes of strawberry, pineapple, apple, and raspberry. This will be perfect for creating homemade gifts for the beer lovers in your life.

 

 

Beer Candle Recipe

The Beer Candle Recipe is one of our genius ideas for this fragrance oil. We figured if we were going to have a candle that smelled like beer, may as well make it look like a tall pint of the stuff. Plus, we used gel wax to give a more authentic liquid appearance. This homemade beer candle has everything the real thing would, complete with foam and all!

 

 

Red Solo Cup Recipe The Red Solo Cup Recipe is a perfect bath recipe for beer lovers! Not only does this fun aroma look like a solo cup full of beer, but it smells like it, too. Plus, this soap is cleansing and adds in a scrubbing loofah with a loop for hanging. So, this is a fun soap product that could be easily hung in the shower for convenience!

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Berry Bewitching Brew Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Berry Bewitching Brew Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a drink scent that would be great drink mix for unique homemade products! But, this fragrance oil by Natures Garden would be a spooky, bubbly, Halloween treat! Berry Bewitching Brew begins with top notes of peach, apricot, and blackberries; middle notes of mandarin, cinnamon, and rose; and nicely balanced with just a hint of woodsy musk. You will definitely toast to this one!

 

 

 

 

Berry Bewitching Bath Brew RecipeWhile this scent can be used year round, it truly is a fun Halloween scent. Plus it was perfect for our Berry Bewitching Bath Brew Recipe! This recipe is both melt and pour soap and a bath tea, which means this recipe is double the fun! This combined recipe smells lovely and is perfect for creating unique bath creations.

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Blue Hawaiian Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil

We at Natures Garden have tested numerous Blue Hawaiian fragrance oils before finding the one that we fell in love with! The high content of essential oils allows this fragrance to have the crisp, juicy top notes we were hoping to find! Our Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil begins with mouth-watering top notes of juicy orange, lemon, and maraschino cherries; followed by tangy pineapple, acai berry, and sea spray; well rounded with base notes of sweet coconut, vanilla rum, and fresh ozonic notes. It has quickly become a favorite fragrance for many of our staff members! So, grab a bottle and enjoy the sweetly scented fun!

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Blackberry Fizz Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Blackberry Fizz Fragrance Oil

Another lovely mixed drink scent is our Blackberry Fizz Fragrance Oil. Refreshment has never smelled so yummy! This bubbly fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect for crafting. This fragrance begins with aldehydic fruity notes of blackberry, strawberry, and pomegranate, citrus middle notes of mandarin, grapefruit, and lime, with a base note of bamboo. This fruity scent would be perfect for cold process soap, as it remains very strong and true! Plus, this fruity scent is perfect for bright room scents!

 

 

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Blackberry Fizz Fragrance Oil Recipe

One amazing body product that you can create with this fragrance oil is the Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. This sugar scrub recipe contains ingredients that are perfect for skin care and will keep your skin hydrated! Not only is this amazingly nourishing recipe is a perfect for skin, but it has the added bonus of being super cute! This craft is the perfect storm that creates quite an awesome scrub!

 

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Cocktails by the Pool Fragrance OIlMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Cocktails by the Pool Fragrance Oil

This mixed drink aroma is truly the perfect summer scent for crafting products for the warm weather. Plus, lounging by the pool would be even better with this cocktail of summer inspired fresh and fruity scent. This scent has sparkling notes of lemon, honeydew, and pear that compliment the vibrant orange, pineapple, and nectarine middle notes. Also, the base notes of jasmine,
lily of the valley, sandalwood, and vanilla really tie this mouth-watering scent together. Additionally, this fragrance is perfect for soaps made from scratch, as it is very strong after curing and performs perfectly! Furthermore, this strong aroma would create a very refreshing home scent.

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Frozen Margarita Fragrance OilMixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Frozen Margarita Fragrance Oil

If you are looking for a different kind of margarita, you can try out our Frozen Margarita Fragrance Oil. This delicious fragrance oil puts a twist on our classic margarita scent. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of essential oil of Lime and Mandarin Orange; including notes of Southern Valencia, Lemon, and Sea Salt; followed by middle notes of frothy iced Guava Nectar, Strawberries, and Pineapple; all sitting on base notes of Brown Sugar, Vanilla Rum, and Musk.

 

 

 

Mixed Drink Fragrance Oils for Summer Even More Mixed Drink Scents

Wait there are even more sensational scents that you can choose to use for creations! Also, we have even more mix drink fragrances available for your products. If you are looking for a specific drink aroma, then you can check out our Beverage Scents page on the Natures Garden website. While these are the best mixed drink scents, in our opinion, there are still many more beverage fragrance oils you can choose from!