September 2020 NEW
Every month I am making between 3 and 6 new (and sometimes old favorites) scents in small batches. (sometimes very small batches). Because so few are available and due to ingredient cost, there is no discount on these soaps.
Patchouli (double): This is my regular patchouli soap but double strong. This will be the last of the patchouli soap I make until 2021.
Vanilla Maple: COVID has made my usual yearly trip to Vermont impossible due to travel restrictions, so I decided to make this soap to fulfill my yearning for maple everything. This is full of sweet maple but not so much that it smells like pancake syrup. The vanilla balances it out and makes interesting.
Nightshade: The Solanaceae, or nightshades, are a family of flowering plants that includes a number of agricultural crops, medicinal plants, spices, weeds, and ornamentals. This mix of soothing night jasmine, tea tree essential oils, peaches, plums, white florals and musks is meant to represent the overall feel of the nightshade family of plants.
Buttered Popcorn: Just to prove I really do just pick the scents for each month randomly, here is a dead ringer for movie theater or county fair popcorn. If you are missing going to the movies, festivals, or just a fun night with friends and family, this scent is perfect.