We've bottled the exotic spices, Bay Rum, and salty sea air of Montego Bay to create an enchanting fragrance for both men and women. It is strong in soy and personal care safe, making it a versatile fragrance with year-round appeal.
This fragrance oil is infused with galbanium, lemon, orange, and rosemary natural essential oils.Suggested Colors: Blue, Tan
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|Usage||Candles & Bath/Body|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; up to 25%|
Submitted On 2014-03-07 Carlos C.
OOB this FO smells like spiced rum of some sort and really made me wanna gag! I made a candle with GB 464 using a 5 percent load in a 10 ounce candle and while curing it smelled like cinnamon rum and I really hated it. I started to regret choosing this FO as my free sample. After curing for 2 weeks I burned it and it actually smells pretty decent while burning. If anything I would say that this is a more masculine scent and might not appeal to everyone. The Hot throw is really nice and strong. It's not really a favorite of mine but it's not bad.
Submitted On 2013-06-30 Cheryl
I bought this for use in the Soy 464, and I have to say I was really disappointed. It has a strong cold throw, but it smells so horrible I can't bring myself to burn it, and I don't want to give it away. I'm glad I just bought a small sample. It's a scent that will appeal to some, but probably not all of your customers. Not worth keeping around when there are much better fragrances to play with.
Submitted On 2013-06-19 Katie
This scent, to me, it just so intoxicating. I've had mixed reviews from customers, but that is because most of my customers are fruit or food lovers (that's the South for ya). I would try it. I think it is a really good "hippy" smell that will please both men and women.
Submitted On 2012-11-21 Katie G.
I used this in GB 464, at 2oz per lb and it is about 4 out of 5 stars for strength. I would say just enough, but if you are looking for a REALLY strong scent, then this might not be for you. The smell is very hard to describe, it is ambiguous enough to be influenced by what you name the candle. If you call it something "beachy" then I swear it smells like sea air, exotic spice, and sun tan lotion. If you think "manly" then it really takes on a more masculine feel. My customers reactions to think scent was more in line with, "Huh, that is interesting" than "Omg I love that". Probably would be best in a soap, bathroom candles, or a candle for a mixed crowd where you want to go for a more neutral smell, and less love it or hate it (like lemon or apple pie). Male customers might like this one because it is more complex than a body wash smell.