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Ube (Purple Yam) | Fragrance Oil

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Ube (Purple Yam) | Fragrance Oil

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Size 2oz

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FRAGRANCE:

Ube also known as Purple Yam, is a sweet potato that's native to the Philippines. This scent is best described as sweet, nutty and mellow with a hint of vanilla and creamy coconut.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Candle Safe  Skin Safe 
Flashpoint >200 °F
Phthalate Free
Contains Vanillin

Customer Reviews

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ashley lopez
Ube be

Can’t complain I use it for my ube candles and out of the bottle it smells like synthetic but once you put it in a candle it smells very fragrant and what I want it to smell like. I add coconut and vanilla oat milk to it

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B.C.
Perfect!

This Ube FO is AMAZING! Testing this in candles was a total nostalgia moment—it made me want to eat some Ube Halaya dessert. The nutty, coconut, and vanilla scents are perfect and complement the Ube fragrance, just like the dessert. I used it alone, and it’s perfect for what I wanted. The CT and HT are perfect! So glad I purchased the 16oz bottle. I know my customers will fall in love with this YummyLicious sweet smell! I’ll be back soon.

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Isang Tsinelas
Simply WoW!

The Ube fragrance is spot on. Both hot throw, and cold throw are awesome. Will be back again for more!

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K.M.
Ube fragrance oil

This is so delightful. I used it as one of the notes in a scent I made. It's great on its own as well. Eventually, I want to make a candle with this scent. There are so many options to mix with this. It's one of those scents that will pair well with several others but, works by itself as well.

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Jamie
Very strong

This is almost overwhelming. If you like to craft with strong fragrance, this ube is a must try. I have no idea if it actually smells like the yam. To me it reminds me of suntan oil from the 80s. I guess that's the coconut. But it doesn't only smell of coconut. It's it's own smell, if that makes sense. I've also tried the ube cake. To my nose I don't get a huge difference between the two. Both throw scent in a candle. Both are super strong.