This is the remake of raspberry sangria and there is no noticeable difference to me. So those who like me ordered a sample to see if it smelled the same yes it does.
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Red Sangria is a fresh take on a classic sangria scent, with a medley of muddled fruit. Kick back and unwind with the refreshing aroma of this summertime favorite. Top notes of bright lemon and lime blend with a medley of apple, orange, pineapple, and raspberry. Middle notes of red wine with a splash of chardonnay turns this juice into a cocktail. A woody oak base note adds a lovely depth that balances the wine and fruit aromas in this realistic scent.
Red Sangria is a shoo-in for any candle or wax melt line on the hunt for the perfect cocktail or beverage scent. In handmade soap and other personal care products, it adds a delightfully surprising twist that will keep you coming back for more.
This fragrance is infused with natural essential oils, including orange peel.
Top: Lemon, Lime
Middle: Red Wine, White Wine, Orange, Pineapple, Raspberry, Apple
Suggested Colors: Red, Merlot, Burgundy
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Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-6%|
|Vanillin Content||0.01% - 2%|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; Up to 25%|
*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.
Cold Process Soap Performance
Lye Water Temperature 96ºF
Oil temperature 106ºF
We experienced a moderate amount of acceleration but no separation. During our initial stick blending, the area directly under the blender became very thick before the remainder of the oils and water had emulsified. We alternated between hand stirring and quick pulses of the stick blender until the entire pot came to trace. This caused the batter to reach a medium trace by the time all the oils and water came together. The batter remained workable and did not stiffen while pouring into the mold. After 24 hours, we did not observe any signs of the soap going into a gel phase. The soap had a very light yellow discoloration and the scent was strong with a sophisticated red wine and berry character. After 30 days, the soap had discolored to a light tan shade and the scent remained strong and true. We recommend hand stirring in the fragrance after any color is fully mixed.