Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil Review

Posted by andrew sanderson on

We wanted another apple fragrance oil but this time we wanted more of a fresh apple rather than baked apple. We tested a few fragrance oils and picked this one. Here are the fragrance notes: 

Top notes of green apple, juicy pear, banana, peach and tutti frutti accord. Mid notes of sweet jasmine, cyclamen, muguet and wintergreen and base notes of vetiver and  musk 

We added 8g of oil to 100g of soy wax and melted a 7.5g piece in a large open plan room. As this starts to melt you get a nice fresh apple fragrance with undertones of ripe pear. You can tell there are other fruit notes there to round off and slightly sweeten the apple but we can’t pick them out as individual notes. The fragrance intensifies as the mid notes come off. The fragrance becomes a little more green which balances and compliments the fruity notes. We didn’t notice any floral notes above the apple. The floral fragrance notes help to build the layers of complexity to prevent the fragrance being flat and uninteresting. 

We would describe this fragrance oil as somewhere between a sharp apple such as granny smith and an apple sweet. It could be used as a fruit fragrance or as a sweet shop fragrance. It’s a great year round fragrance but a good one for late summer and autumn. Apple bobbing is often associated with Halloween but it was in fact originally a British love and courtship ritual.   

This fragrance oil is suitable for use in reed diffusers and room sprays in accordance with IFRA 49. See the document on the fragrance oil listing for concentrations and other uses.

All of our fragrance oils are; vegan, cruelty free, lilial free, Phthalate free, Paraben free, silicone free, PEG free, Acrylate free, free of Nitro and Polycyclic Musk.

Our other apple fragrance oils are:

Eves temptation / spiced apple 

Apple Cinnamon streusel 

We also have Jade fragrance oil which is an unusual fresh green fragrance with some strong apple notes in with the other notes. 

You can try these fragrance oils as wax melts here

Link to the fragrance oil


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