Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil

Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil

Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil -Rich Kentucky Bourbon containing both fruity and woodsy notes on a vanilla musk background.


Flashpoint: 190      Phthalate Free: Yes      Vanillin Content: 18.6%

This super concentrated manufacturers grade fragrance oil can be used in candles, soaps, lotions, reed diffuser oils, bath salts, bath bombs, lamp rings, incense, sachets, oil warmers, potpourri, to scent dryer ball, to scent clay jewelry, to freshen up candles and more!

Our uncut fragrance oils are measured by weight not volume so fill levels will vary.

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Perfectly Scented!
By Melissa Tuesday, May 11, 2021
This scent is great! Add the kick ass blackberry scent to this and OMG! My soap is flying off the shelves!!
Finally I found one !
By Debra Wednesday, March 6, 2019
I have been searching for a great bourbon scent but kept falling short- until NOW ! This one will knock your socks off !
Vanilla
By LG Sunday, February 10, 2019
To me, this smells nothing like bourbon, or any alcohol really. It's just a generic sweet scent - mostly vanilla, kind of caramelly, maybe with an almost-chocolatey note. When it is dry and faded, I get more of an earthy, sweet tobacco quality to it, but it's not as masculine as I was hoping for.
So good!
By Chris Saturday, October 20, 2018
This is a truly great bourbon scent. Where other bourbon scents are sickly sweet or very artificial, this is as close as you can get to the real thing.
Great Unisex scent
By Cecelia Friday, April 21, 2017
This is a very popular scent in our Sugar Scrubs and Beard Oils. Equally loved by both men and women. A personal favorite also. It behaves well in CP soap also. It does go a dark brown, but we've used it in our loofa soaps and the loofah makes a nice contrast to the dark soap.
Works great in soy !
By Vera Towne Wednesday, April 19, 2017
I make beverage scented candles. (Coffees, sodas, alcohol inspired drinks, teas, cocoa, etc.) and this one always sells well for me in my candles.
Wallinger
By Julieanna Wallinger Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Very caramel, not enough alcohol. Kinda light-smelling. We use it as a generic 'liquor' scent in our blends. Discolors very slightly. Behaves well. Doesn't morph.