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I really love Oregon trails for fragrance oils. I’m about to put in a big order and want to know If anyone has an absolute favorite they’d like to share with me. I really love their frankincense and myrrh. Ylang ylang, mystic myrrh and others but just want to know if I’m missing out on a gem. 🤣
 
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I've only just received my first sample pack from them. While I haven't soaped with any of these yet, I can say that OOB I'm in love with Peche de Vigne, and really like Columbian Coffee, too.
 

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Mysore Sandalwood
Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific
German Chamomile Tea
Peche de Vigne
OMH
 
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I just went and added 3 more to my list! Bonsai, green Irish Tweed was on my list already but I added Colombian coffee, vanilla bourbon. I’m kind of amazed how everyone likes Peche de Vigne! I just made lotion bars with that one. Cranberry crush is so good and so is blackberry musk. I’m really a fan of their fragrance oils, they’re so complex. Thanks everyone for the help!
 

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Mysore Sandalwood, Egyptian Musk, Egyptian Dragon are my favorites; I like her Creamy Coconut. I have heard others say it fades but I find it stronger at 6 months. It is the sweet scent when you open a bag of Baker's sweetened coconut. Blends well with lemongrass, vanilla or the Peche de vigne. I also use her Black Raspberry Vanilla.
 
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I just made Egyptian dragon!
 

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She does do sales but not often. Some years none and some years one or two but no pattern that I can predict. You are correct that shipping is high and I think higher than it should be since fragrances are in plastic bottles. I like several of her fragrances and just accept it as part of their cost. If I make a large order once per year it doesn't seem as bad.
 

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I've tried to get on her mailing list (which it occasionally sounds like she has) but it's never worked. Because even when Suz says she's going to offer a sale, I never see it in the online pricing, so I am thinking the "sale" is a coupon code sent to her mailing list.

That being said, I do love some of her fragrances. I started soaping about 15 years ago, then stopped for about 10 years, and when I started up again, I could still remember some of her fragrances and had to order them. The OT fragrances I was unable to forget (and unable to do without) are:
Bonsai
Sapmoss
Mysore Sandalwood (the BEST sandalwood I have ever smelled)
Mardi Gras
Absolutely Awesome Oakmoss
 
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