Rosemary & Sage Fragrance Oil Review

Posted by andrew sanderson on

Rosemary & Sage Fragrance Oil Review

Here are the fragrance notes :

Top notes of bergamot, wild mint and lemon balm, mid notes of lavender, clary sage and geranium with base notes of rosemary, vetiver and tonka

This is a herbal fragrance oil but it doesn't scream herbs. We popped about 7g of wax into the burner. Soy wax with 8% fragrance oil. After about 10 minutes we came back into the room to check on the fragrance. This isn't a bully of a fragrance oil but we could smell the fragrance as soon as we opened the door, about 20 feet from the burner. The first notes that you get are the mint which smells cooling and almost sweet. Then the the sage comes in, followed by the rosemary. The lemon and bergamot are not obvious but add a clean element to the oil. We couldn't pick out the geranium and lavender as individual notes. Vetiver and tonka add a smoothness to the oil and hold the fragrance together.

This would work well in a kitchen. It is the sort of fragrance that I imagine would be wafting through a colonial building.

Link to oil

Try the wax melt here

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