Many of my customers liked this scent. I translated differently in my body butters than soap. In my sugar scrub it came with a bit of a more woodsy smell. It did not discolor I felt like it made my soap brighter.
This would probably be a nice fragrance on its own but I bought it specifically to add to a black tea scent, and it is perfect for that purpose. It adds just the right amount of complexity and sweetness. I soap at room temperature with a steep water discount (25%) and use sodium lactate. It did not accelerate, although I don't know about discoloration because I used brewed tea to replace the water, plus slightly wet tea leaves for "scrub" power, so the batter was already golden brown.
I loved this scent at first whiff! It reminded me of a body oil my mom would let me use as a child. It might be the bergamot that I love the most, but the warm and comforting notes of honey, florals and fruit are all so lovely. Soaps scented with this FO have become one of the favorites in the community that I sell to.
I make hot processed soap and have generally had no problem at all with the behavior of this FO except for one batch that I suspect I didn't mix the oil in thoroughly enough and my bars ended up quite soft and greasy. I've had those bars curing for a solid 6 weeks now and they're still a bit softer than I'd like. Since then, I started using sodium lactate in all my batches and being sure to thoroughly blend in the FO.