I realized that I posted negative comments about CS in another thread without really tabulating my results. I was bummed about Driftwood and Carribean Teakwood. I decided to take another, more careful look. There are actually quite a few I'll try in a larger batch. The results from CS are similar to FB and TCS. All FOs were added at 5% of the batter weight without paying attention to usage rates. I used the same mix I usually use for my testers. Anyway, here are my reviews. Please keep in mind that my reviews are very subjective and are based on what I smell. I have few more that haven't finished curing yet. All of these are past 8 weeks. 68-Cedarwood Vanilla: Light chocolate brown. Single cedarwood note with nothing else in the background. I don’t smell vanilla. It is just a softer version of the EO. I’ll use it as is or in a blend. Strong and holding. 69-Juniper Breeze: No discoloration. Fresh green notes but not coniferous greens. Unisex scent. More generic scent. Strong and holding. 70-Mediterranean Fig: UR 22.05%, FP 212oF, Contains Phtalates. Very light discoloration. Only visible if placed next to uncolored control. There are some pinkish streaks. Scent fairly strong. Smells like green fig tree leaves or the milk that runs when a branch is cut. Doesn’t smell like the fruit. It lacks all the sweetness. 71-White Tea: UR 17.54 %, FP >212oF. No discoloration. Nice subtle light floral Tea scent. Light but holding at 8 weeks. Better than others. 72-Frankinsence&Myrrh: UR 8.51%. Discolors to a light chocolate milk. Strong scent. It smells very nice. It’s F&M plus something more that makes it nice and balanced. Strong scent and holding. 73-Merry Mistletoe: Light pinkish tan discoloration. No ash. Lost a lot of the complexity it had OOB and when it was first poured. Subtle green scent with some coniferous notes. The scent is light at 8 weeks. 74-Blue Spruce: Pinkish beige, no ash. Strong complex coniferous notes (not straight pine). Mellowed with cure. Strong and holding. 75-Very Vanilla: Discolored a light chocolate brown. Scent went bye bye just like other vanillas. 76-Mango&Tangerine: Very light beige. No ash. Smells like a generic Mango flavored tea. The tangerine is muddled and doesn’t really come through cp. There is something about it that doesn’t smell right to my nose. It's possible that I don’t like it because I don’t like flavored teas. Medium strong scent and holding. Improved with cure. 77-Meadow: No discoloration. Medium ash. Smells like fresh cut grass with a hint of floral. I would use it instead of a grass FO. Medium strong scent and holding. 78-Mistltoe: Hint of discoloration. There is an unpleasant dominating sharp green note that is common to mistletoe type fragrances. Very strong and Yuck. 79-Carribean Teakwood: Discolored medium beige. Very light floral scent in a woodsy earthy background. Would have been great if it weren’t faint. I’m bummed about this one and the Driftwood. I’ll probably try to do another tester adding them at heavy trace (thick pudding) with the hope of saving them. I tried a wet test on the soap that is 1:1 mix of #79 and #84. I can smell a hint of unidentifiable something if I stick my nose in it. It definitely did not make it through CP. 80-Fig Tree: UR 36.7%, FP 171oF Very light discoloration. Only visible if placed next to uncolored control. There are some pinkish streaks. Similar color to Mediterranean Fig. This one is complex floral in a base of Fig. It is a great soap scent. It smells soapy. Fairly strong. I don’t smell earthy. 81-White Tea and Berries: UR 20%, FP>212oF, discolors to a medium beige. The scent is some tea with sugar and fruit. To me, it smells like somebody mixed white tea with butt naked. Medium strong scent. 82-Amber Noir: Heavy ash. Pinkish tan discoloration. There is a hint of something but the scent is mostly gone at 8 weeks. This one is out for cp. 83-Egyptian Amber: really ugly brownish beige discoloration. Heavy ash. Probably the best amber I’ve tested so far. It smells clean and sophisticated (not cheap) to me. Medium strong. It got stronger as it cured. I would use it as is and as a blender. Medium strong and holding. 84-Driftwood: discolored yellowish brown. No ash. Faint in cp. There is a hint of a nice complex woodsy/earthy scent that wants to come out but fails. It is a good thing I like unscented soaps. 85-Christmas Tree: Pinkish beige discoloration. No ash. Coniferous green. Similar but softer and more well-rounded than Blue Spruce. Between the 2, I would pick Christmas Tree. Medium strong and holding. 86-Clean Cotton: no discoloration. No ash. Laundry scent. Meh. Medium strong. 87-Cotton tree: No discoloration. No ash. Lost some of the complexity it had when first poured. I put this in the same category as BB’s Crisp Cotton. I like BB’s better when I smell them side by side. Neither is perfect. BB’s is more floral and CS is more laundry. I would use #87 and be happy with it if I didn’t have Crisp cotton to compare. Medium strong and holding. 88-Dragon’s Blood: Dark tan discoloration, no ash. I’m not sure how to describe this scent. There is a floral element in a base of something complex. This is my first Dragon’s blood. I may test few more before deciding on one. Medium strong and holding. 89-Coriander & Tonka: Yellowish dark beige discoloration. No ash. No coriander. I like what is left after full cure. This FO definitely improved with cure. There is a hint of fruity scent in a sweet complex base that I’m not sure how to describe. Not quite tea but similar to tea. I don’t think it is done evolving yet. Medium strong and holding. 90-Brown Sugar & Fig: Hint of discoloration. No ash. I don’t smell fig or brown sugar. I smell something generic sweet and mostly uninteresting to me. Medium strong and holding. 91-English Garden: No discoloration. Slight ash. Unisex clean scent. Light floral in a green grass base. To me, it is a better substitute for green grass FOs. It smells soapy in a generic commercial kind of way. I like it. Medium strong and holding. 92-Day at the Spa: Light beige discoloration. Hint of ash. I wouldn’t call it spa-like scent. Heavy on the lemongrass but softer than cheap lemongrass scent. I like it better in the cp tester than in the HP shaving soap. It was just a bit too harsh in HP at 1/3rd the usage rate. Strong in cp and holding. 93-Macintosh Apple: No discoloration. Heavy ash. Nice green apple scent. Single note with nothing in the background. I would use it as is or to blend. Strong and holding. 94-Oakmoss & Amber: Mauvish tan, uneven discoloration. This one is a lovely well-blended mix of amber and Oakmoss. You can smell both. Some days, it smells more generic. On others, I would wear it as perfume if I wore perfume. I’m not sure if it is me or the scent is still morphing. I’ll test it and the Egyptian amber in a larger batch despite the discolorations.