Thin mints and peppermint patties...YUM! Mint Chocolate fragrance oil smells exactly like them! There is the sweet scent of chocolate balanced perfectly with the crisp scent of mint. It's so good you'll want to eat it!
Tested 6/28/18 by Carrie H. in a recipe of 33% lye solution with 5% superfat at 75 degrees. Recipe is 35% olive, 35% organic and sustainable palm, 20% coconut, and 10% castor. No acceleration. Soaped perfectly.
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So sad that this has discontinued. I've been curing these for weeks and they smell so good! Not much of the discoloration as I did not put FO on the green parts.
I made a drink collection and my boyfriends favorite drink is mint mocha. While digging through my fragrance collection I found this one. Although it does darken up to super dark brown, it smells absolutely divine and edible! After cure it smells like an Andes mint! Just make sure to account for the discoloration and you'll be fine!
I don't know for sure about this one yet I can smell the mint and a sort of chocolate smell I think it will smell better in soap than in the bottle. I am looking forward to using this one and I will probably put a cocoa line or two in the soap.
Girl scout cookies anyone?
This behaves amazingly in CP soap, no acceleration, no pricing, unsure of discoloration as I used a chocolate color with the FO and a bright mint green that didnt contain it. The smell is still strong as ever 3 weeks after cutting.
A nice mint, not like toothpaste mint, thankfully. The chocolate is subtle. Very nice in cp soap.