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Applewood Smoked Bacon: Caramelized fried bacon with smokey apple nuances. Great for your BBQ lover!

Caramel Popcorn: A salty and sweet taffy scent with undertones of caramel, butter sweet corn and vanilla.

Cade: The same as juniper tar, obtained by steam distillation of juniper. A tar-like, smoky fragrance. If Vetivert reminds you of a campfire, Cade is the whole darn forest fire. This scent is not for the faint of heart!

Vetivert:  smells dry, earthy, woody, leathery and smoky. Think of uncut grass on a warm day and you'll have a rough idea of what vetivert smells like. To me it has a campfire quality.

Rosemary: Pungent, lavender-like, aromatic:  nothing smells quite like rosemary. Well, camphor and eucalyptus and even mint smell a little bit like rosemary...

German Chocolate Cake: Silky chocolates with brown sugar, caramel, and pecans.

Jewel Weed: I usually make and use Pine Tar soap for when people get poison ivy, but I was given a big bag of dried jewel weed, so I decided to make it up and let you all try and let me know what you think. It certainly smells less medicinal than Pine Tar, I just don't know how it works as I am not allergic to poison ivy.

Shaving Soap: 2.5" Diameter:  Clean fresh soapy scent that won't clash with aftershave or linger on the face for long. Vegan. One cake of shaving soap that perfectly fit inside most antique shaving mugs. Also great for women’s shaving needs.