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To me, this scent doesn't smell like tobacco or caramel and I would like to rename it because it is a great scent.

NG's description is, "oil by Natures Garden smells similar to Fresh's Tobacco Caramel fragrance. Tobacco caramel begins with top notes of mandarin orange and tarragon; middle notes include rose, honey, and osmanthus; base notes are caramel, amber, musk, and hints of patchouli."

Any suggestions??

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With that scent description you could go with just about any name you want to call it. What kind of product: candle, soap? Is it going to be in a particular scent line? does it smell more clean, woodsy, musky, floral, sweet, spicy, etc? Need a little more info to get ideas with.

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It's a candle and it's a little more musky and woodsy. For my candle line I like to use ingredients as names, like Cucumber Melon, Vanilla Lavender, etc. But I'm having a really hard time pin pointing particular scents when I smell it.

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Me too! I once saw 'ancient spices' used to describe Goddess and always liked the sound of it. Thought it would work with a musky amber scent too.


Oohhh! Just thought of Egyptian Musk. That might work too. Or even:


Ancient Amber

Egyptian Amber

Ancient Incense

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