London Fog | Fragrance Oil

Description
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Customer Reviews

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J.s.
Wonderful combination

I want to say I have smelled this before in a hair care product. almost similar to Maybe an herbal essence shampoo line. It smells wonderful

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Julie Patterson-Condon

A great scent that reminds me of high tea in London!

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d.b.
Best Fragrance Hands down!!

This right here is like nothing I have ever come across. It is THEE best scent ever. I cannot get enough of this oil. It’s so good in a candle and in soap. I am in love. Please don’t ever take this away from us 😂

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Paul S.
wonderful tea

*review originally submitted on the fragrance oil community facebook group*

🕯Fragrance Oil Performance Review🧼
Fragrance Oil used in: wax melts
Fragrance name: london fog
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: 1 week
Approx room size (Feet x Feet): master bedroom
Shipping time to receive: couple days
Written review:
I love this scent. tea scents are one of my favorite and this one definitely delivers. it smells so natural and has such high quality to it. there is nothing cheap or synthetic about the notes in this one. I haven’t come across a scent quite like this. brambleberry has a bergamot black tea that is probably the closest. that one is lacking the complexity that this one has. this has more depth and is more well rounded. I get a heavenly black tea with a bergamot that doesn’t steal the show. this isn’t a citrus scent, it’s a tea scent with some citrus as a supporting character. exactly how the actual tea would be! it’s rounded out with some subtle herbal notes. the notes list lavender, rosemary and sage. I don’t get any individually, but combined there’s this lovely camphor element in the back ground that takes this one to high end resort or lux spa territory. this is one you could feature year round I think as long as it fits your brand.