It's that time already! I'm testing fall fragrances so I can determine if I want to make a full batch of any of them. Since I don't gel my soaps (typically) and thus don't oven process, etc., I do like my soaps to have a good long cure. So ideally, I will need to make my fall soaps within the next month to six weeks. I need to be able to see how the soaps change in scent and color and then use them to see if I like them. I will be testing holiday scents soon as well! Can you even process that? LOL!
I used the new delightful mold that my hubby built for me. I wanted to be able to test 1 pound batches and 1 oz of fragrance and still have the same size soaps as my regular batches. Since this mold has adjustable slats, I can also make soap in 2, 3, and 4 pound batches as well.
Coconut Pear - now I do realize this isn't a fall fragrance, in fact it is very tropical and possibly a new favorite - but I had to try it so fit it in!
Southern Pecan Pie - sorta speaks for itself!
Caramel Apple - this is my own blend of duh, apple and caramel, and it's uber yummy!
Butternut Pumpkin - this is a typical fall scent, pumpkin and spices.
Since I made these on Tuesday, I'll be cutting them this afternoon!