Brown Sugar Milk Tea | Fragrance Oil
As many of our makers are both Coconut & Soy wax users, we specially formulated & tested all of our luxury fragrance oils to be compatible with the waxes we carry. Our bold fragrances will be a fantastic addition to your product lines!
|Top||Raspberry Pieces, Light Balsamic Drizzle|
|Middle||Sandalwood, Steeped Black Tea|
|Bottom||Brown Sugar Soaked Tapioca Pearls, Musk, Warm Cream|
- Scent Family: Aromatic
- Flashpoint: 170° F
- Origin: USA
- Shelf Life: 1-2 years store in a cool dark place
- Fill: Fill levels may vary as bottles are filled by weight.
- Prop-65 compliant
*Please do not have undiluted direct contact with eyes & skin when making.
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This is one of my new favs, smells just like brown sugar milk tea. Great addition to my line. A must have and versatile for fall/summer scents.
Another great hot thrower. Going into our Hertitage Candle Collection.
*originally posted on ‘the fragrance oil community’ facebook group*
🕯Fragrance Oil Performance Review🧼
Fragrance Oil used in: wax melts
Fragrance name: brown sugar milk tea
Supplier name: porter candle supply
Hot throw (1-10): 7
Cold throw (1-10): 7
Fragrance appeal (1-10): 9
Warmer type/wattage: 24 watt hot plate
Amount of wax melted (for melts): 2 cubes
% of fragrance used: 12%
Wax type: 454
Cure time: couple days
Approx room size (Feet x Feet): master bedroom
Shipping time to receive: couple days
This fo is another tea scent that is a home run from pcs. if you haven’t tried their london fog, I highly recommend you do. while london fog is more crisp, this one is more cozy. it’s a brown sugar forward scent. there is a healthy does of black tea, but brown sugar is what is the most prominent note. it’s very well blended and has a lot of nuances that to my nose, smells exactly how boba tea taste. there is this delicious creamy milk note that really ties the whole thing together to smell very realistic and of high quality. because the brown sugar is the star of the show, I think this one could really lend itself to blending with many different notes to customize it. I plan on blending it with lavender, blueberry, pineapple, marshmallow, rose & apple and expect to get some great results playing with ratios of those. if you’re looking for a warm and cozy beverage scent, or looking for a versatile blender, I would definitely give this one a shot.