Fragrance White Rose & Bergamot
Date Made 11/12/2013
Fragrance Amount Ounces 1oz
Soap Poundage 1 lb
Soap Type CP - Trinity + 1  CPOP
Discoloration Issues There is a very slight change in the yellow tint of the soap when the FO is first added. After unmolding it appears to still remain a light yellow color. Again stopping gel could help to correct this but my guess would be that it will still have a yellow tint. Better to use a small amount of TD to lighten and then adjust color needs based upon a slight yellow base. Unmolding and cuting shows a bit deeper yellow but still in the light range.
Acceleration None
Ricing  None
Seize None
Scent Strength Actually pretty strong but not on the rose side but in the bergamot side. Considering that bergamot is a citrus this fragrance surprised me by its strength even after going through gel. 
Notes This is a very useful fragrance. It is really easy to work with and the slight yellow tint is easily overcome. The scent is clean, fresh, and citrus in nature but the rose notes do a nice job on adding in a bit of heart to this blend. It also has a bit of an ozone note giving it a "lighter than air" feel. This can certainly be a stand alone fragrance but I also see it as a great tool in the blending areana. Top notes are very difficult to achieve and especially to sustain and this fragrance going through such a harsh process as CP soap making is holding up very well. The addition of the rose notes are always welcome in almost any fragrance blend to help achieve blending and moderation of other notes. So adding a small amount of this FO to another FO or a blend of EO's has the potential to create some very creative and individual fragrances too.