Two new fragrances just in time for holiday giving

We received several new fragrances last week but have only been able to test two of them and, if I may say so, they are unbelievable.

First up is our honey fragrance.  This is the most exact honey fragrance I’ve ever come across.  We’ve added it to our Velvety Goat Milk Soap and lovingly call it “Milk and Honey.”  Here’s the official write up of the fragrance:

Just imagine opening a jar of raw honey with a big chunk of honeycomb–this scent hits it dead on! A luscious nectar of sweet honey highlighted by a floral bouquet of rose, jasmine, and honeysuckle with a touch of creamy vanilla.

I’m tempted to try it in our new Hydrating Hand and Body Lotion but I’m afraid I’d attract bees.  Seriously, the fragrance is THAT dead on.

The second fragrance is a new men’s fragrance called Green Tweed.  Number one son loves it and believe me, that says it all.  From what I’ve researched, Cary Grant was a fan of this fragrance.  It’s great in our Velvety Goat Milk SoapSilky Shea Butter Soap or our Refreshing Body Wash. 

Here’s what our residence fragrance-sniffer had to say about our Green Tweed: 

“An elegant, rich, sporty scent with notes of sandalwood, Florentine iris, herbaceous clover, French verbena, violet leaves and ambergris. It’s what a well-dressed man ought to smell like!”

Check back with our website because in addition to these new fragrances, we’ve added new product, too!

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