Cassia and Amber
Complex and exotic, Cassia and Amber Fragrance Oil combines the woody accords of the asian cinnamon tree called cassia with patchouli, eucalyptus, clove and floral red rose.
This fragrance oil is infused with clove, eucalyptus, lavender, patchouli, and rosemary essential oils.Compatible with our Reed Diffuser Base up to 25%
|Usage||Candles & Bath/Body|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; up to 25%|
Submitted On 2014-10-04 Gigi's Fragrant Flames
It's the most wonderful fragrance in your line. It is the most quaint & complex, pleasurable & suductive fragrance ever created. There was a similar fragrance introduced in the '80's by a company as their signature scent and you have captured it. My grown children have walked in my home and said that our home smells liked it did when they were growing up. What a precious memory. Thank you for this most wonderful fragrance. I was thrilled to find it.
Submitted On 2014-09-06 Tasha
I received this as a free sample some time ago, but I've been hesitant to use it as I didn't care for the smell just out of the bottle. However, I used this scent in 464 and it really does smell fantastic. Very unique. I'd definitely purchase it again.
Submitted On 2014-02-07 TÃ©a
I purchased a sample of this based on Amber's review. I'm not a big fan of bold complex scents & I definitely don't like amber or patchouli as a single note. But she nailed it when she said that this it what it would smell like if you walked into an ancient temple. It's a bold, spicy eucalyptus...but still mellow & calming with a spicy warmness. Enchating & exotic. Yet soooo comforting. I wouldn't use this in bath & body, but it's amazing in 6006 & it feels like it would work great in 464...which I'm going to try out after I purchase a bigger bottle ;) If you're skeptical about so-called exotic scents, this one will change your mind.
Submitted On 2014-01-24 Amber
I received this as my sample choice out of curiosity. I am normally not an "incensey" scent sort of person or big on patchouli but this is just magical. It smells just like a soap shop I use to love to visit in Tarpon Springs, FL. It also smells like I imagine it would smell in an ancient temple. I really like this, so I made some soap and gave it to some friends that love it as well.
Submitted On 2013-10-28 Ashley
This is a very nice and strong fragrance but personally I mainly smell the eucalyptus and not much of the other notes. I guess I was a little mislead thinking that there would be a hint of cinnamon in it from the cassia tree but instead it is really just a 'wood' smell. I do think it is a great FO for an aromatherapy line though.