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Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil
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Coffee, anyone? Treat yourself to the warm indulgence of fresh brewed hazelnut coffee. With aromas of toasted hazelnut, fresh coffee, and a touch of maple and cream, our Hazelnut Coffee fragrance oil will make anyone think you just brewed a fresh pot of the real thing. The heart of this fragrance is a medium roast coffee, with a flourish of toasted hazelnut, and just a hint of coconut. Base notes of cream, maple, and vanilla add a creamy sweetness that enhances the rich, nutty coffee. Candles and wax melts made with Hazelnut Coffee fit in any space, any time of year. This inviting scent turns your soaps, and other body care products into familiar and compelling creations.

Blends well with: Banana Nut Bread

Suggested colors: Golden Honey, Brown

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Fragrance Notes


This product is Candle Safe usage: 3-10%
This product is Soap Safe usage: 2-4%
This product is Lotion Safe usage: 1-2%
This product is Phthalate Free
This product is not Diffuser Base Compatible
Soy Performance
3 of 3
212°F (100°C)
Vanillin Content
0.01% - 2%
This product is not Prop 65 Warning Required
*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels. Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.

Cold Process Soap Performance


As of 3/20/19
Our first test with this fragrance resulted in a very unusual experience, and we ended up with a batch that could not be salvaged. When it happened a second time, we wondered if something else was causing this result and not the fragrance oil. We started from scratch with fresh oils, fresh lye, and even a brand new jug of distilled water. It turns out the masterbatch of lye water was the culprit. Now for the actual performance of this fragrance!

Lye Water Temperature 120ºF (48.9°C)
Oil Temperature 111ºF (43.9°C)

We did not experience any acceleration or separation. The soap batter did turn a dark honey mustard shade once we reached a light trace. After 24 hours we observed that only about ¾ of the soap gelled using no insulation. The color was an even darker shade of honey mustard than when it went into the mold. The scent was amazingly strong with more of the hazelnut notes coming through with a lighter coffee note. After 30 days the scent is still strong and the color has turned to a milk chocolate shade of brown. Due to the discoloration, you could create an interesting swirl color pattern by adding titanium dioxide in varying amounts to 1-3 portions of the batter, or even separate off some of the batter before adding the fragrance.

*Note - This fragrance was tested at a 5% fragrance load. With the release of IFRAs 49th Amendment this fragrance can now be used at 4.9% to remain IFRA compliant.
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Product Reviews

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4 out of 5 Stars.
Delicious Smelling

I am surprised of some of the negative comments on this fragrance. I though it smelled wonderful in my soaps. In fact, I did not get too much discoloring either. To me smelled exactly like a cup of hazlenut coffee.

1 out of 5 Stars.
Does not smell like coffee

This smells more like mens cologne

5 out of 5 Stars.
Heaven in a bottle

Smells so good!!! I wish I got it sooner

5 out of 5 Stars.
Coffee will mix with coffee scents.

If you are using Coffee in your CP soap, its going to affect the coffee fragrance. I used this scent with vanilla EO and used real coffee in my recipe as well. I am waiting for it to fully cure... but so far it smells delicious. I imagine that coffee lovers will have to have some of this, pronto! Looking forward to trying some more candlescience fragrances and making more coffee scented things. :)

3 out of 5 Stars.
It’s ok

To me, this smells heavily of alcohol, liquor, etc. I can see how some people can smell chocolate, but to me, it’s more alcohol, kind of like sniffing a bottle of vanilla extract and getting that strong whiff of alcohol. I wish the coffee came through stronger, but in any case, I can’t get past the smell of alcohol. It’s like some sort of artificial nut alcohol scent. I’m trying really hard to like it, burning it a second time a few days after the first trial.

5 out of 5 Stars.
Smells sooooo good!!!

Omg the first thing that right after I opened the bottle I was in love I couldn't even think lol.. it smells so good and my whole room smells like a cafe in here and I had to go make myself some coffee just to beat the craving of wanting some lol like maybe I just got a really good one but it smells so good and I tested it in my coffee body scrub and it made it entirely different and I was in love with it even more I will be buying this one again please don't discontinue this!!!

5 out of 5 Stars.
Love it!

I love this scent! It is a bit less coffee, and a bit more hazelnut coffee milkshake, but I liked that.

5 out of 5 Stars.
More Chocolate Hazelnut Cream than Coffee

The HT in 464 is excellent, and I only use 1 oz per pound of soy wax. If you’re expecting a coffee scent, you’ll be disappointed. It’s more of a decadent chocolate hazelnut cream scent with only a hint of coffee. I think this is a five star FO that would benefit from a new name to better represent the scent.

4 out of 5 Stars.

Daddy hobbyist here, who does craft shows and bulk orders on Faire with my 8 year old daughter. Getting ready for our craft show this weekend, we were making our hazelnut scented candles, and accidentally mixed in the red plum baklava. I have to say that I agree with CS recommendation of this mixture. It takes the best of both worlds from the baklava & hazelnut, giving a perfected balance of a scent. Not too strong of a sweetness aroma how some may say about the baklava, and not that over powerful coffee smell that the hazelnut gives off (though some enjoy it.. I don't have a problem with either alone personally), but both mixed together is the best way to go!

5 out of 5 Stars.
Great Smell

This smells delicious! There is only a hint of coffee and I get more of the vanilla scent than the hazelnut, but it is a great blend that smells amazing while burning. Great cold and hot throw. I am going to mix with a different brand's fresh coffee scent to test that combo as well, as I was looking for more of the coffee smell.