I've been waiting to use this quote for a long time. From "Something's Gotta Give."
Julian Mercer: I knew you'd smell good.
Erica: It's just... soap.
The story goes, the Aztec king, Montezuma loved his "hot" cocoa deep and dark. This elixir was made made with not only the cocoa bean, but included spices. It was served to the king in a golden goblet at each request; a different golden vessel at each request which was then thrown away. I would say that is quite decadent, and so is this luxurious soap.
I call this soap Montezuma and it's made with cocoa, eggnog, red clay, whole orange, coffee, oat flour, turbinado sugar...and scented with my personal blend of chocolate-amber, vanilla-oakmoss, cassia, orange and coffee. It smells edible and sexy at the same time. Ready in 4 weeks. is made it with cocoa, eggnog, red clay, whole orange, coffee, oat flour, turbinado sugar...and scented with my personal blend of chocolate-amber, vanilla-oakmoss, cassia, orange and coffee. It smells edible and sexy at the same time.The cut came out better than I thought it would. It smells so yummy-sexy-good, good enough to eat, but don't...
"You so Almondy!" is a milk-based soap (eggnog) made with honey,and oats. I fragranced this soap with honey almond blended with vanilla, tobacco, oakmoss, nutmeg, and cognac. It is embellished with pumpkin spice tea. This is a very nourishing soap with a heady fragrance This is not an old fashioned almond. It's a romantically potent aroma that will make you swoon to the maximum!!!
And last I made this soap which I named Chocolate Kush. Chocolate Kush is not to be mistaken for subtlety. Just look at it. Fragrantly bold and colorful. I blended cannabis flower with chocolate, musk, amber, patchouli, juniper, and lichen. There's a lot of "bottom" in this fragrance that makes it a true earth scent. I used a beer recipe, with soy, oats, nopal, flaxseed, marshmallow root and honey. Topped with gold mica and chocolate rooibos tea. You will definitely pause for this beauty!