Discussion in 'Beginners Soap Making Forum' started by Marilyn Norgart, Feb 11, 2019.
what would be a good scent for a st paddys day soap?
Green Irish Tweed maybe? Lots of suppliers have dupes. I've never tried it. Or heather. Probably not corn beef and cabbage.
my son brought me a candle and a bath bomb from a brewery in Duluth......the candle makes me want a beer, it smells so good. kinda makes me wanna try making some of this beer soap some of you guys are talking about.
I wished I knew what Green Irish Tweed smelled like, it sounds interesting but manly. Isnt heather similar to lavender?
Definitely not corned beef but maybe the cabbage???
What about clover and aloe? A nice fresh herbal green scent.
I have seen this on one site Obsidian and it sounds good. Good to know it smells nice!! thanks
Green Irish Tweed is a men's cologne, so FOs will be dupes of that. Heather isn't really like lavender to me - at least not the one I've used. It is a very fresh 'floral'. It reminds me of the smell of walking into a flower shop - you know that fresh smell, but not necessarily floral. Aloe and clover is an excellent suggestion. I'd forgotten about that one. Aloe and Heather are both great blenders with anything that seems too sweet or heavy too.
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