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Nougat Tart Combinations

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1 Nougat Tart Combinations on Sun Aug 09, 2009 10:48 pm

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If you have a favorite combination please let me know.Would love to hear your feedback and or ideas for new combinations.Chunks have always been my favorite product to make:) flower

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2 End of Summer/Beginning Fall Scent on Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:10 pm

Scentipede


How about Spiced Cranberry / Oranges & Lemons!!

3 Re: Nougat Tart Combinations on Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:24 am

slpit


Spiced Cranberry/Pink Sugar

4 Re: Nougat Tart Combinations on Thu Aug 13, 2009 6:14 pm

slpit


Satsuma/Pink Sugar

5 Re: Nougat Tart Combinations on Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:20 pm

Semperfigal


I love the bakery scents, and Kathy's Cinnamon Donut's is a stand alone favorite of mine. I always thought it might make a good combo with an overpour of Vanilla Bean noel. Last winter I started warming Slatkins Evergreen oil in a tealight warmer. I loved the scent, however, I'm not real crazy about the open flame, and the scent throw was not even close to Kathy's brittle. I tried in vain to decipher and reinvent the scent I liked in the brittle I loved. I would break and mix from my RG stash, I had some real fun trying, but no success. Therefore I offer this scent as a suggestion for a real creative genius and bow in humble awe. For the Holidays I thought maybe Candy Cane chunks in red with an overpour of Vanilla Bean Noel and call it Reindeer Farts The nougats are always in perfect blend, and honestly I've never disliked anything Rosegirls! I love you

6 Scent suggestions on Tue Aug 25, 2009 2:20 pm

mallemo


Semperfigal......I too love, love, love the Slatkin Evergreen scent so I second and third that suggestion. I would purchase a truckload! I have not purchased any brittle lately because the last time I thought Kathy was closing for good I bought so much that I'm good for awhile. That does not mean, of course, that I won't run out of favorites. I would not be able to live w/o Vanilla Bean Noel! Take care!!

7 My ideas on Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:53 pm

firefly570


Well, I'm pretty much a puritan & usually like my scents to stand alone. But, these nougats are sure sounding good & they look utterly delish! I think some fruits with an overpour of VBN, marshmallow, coconut cream, or whipped cream would be good. Hubby always says fruit scents smell "sour", so I think the overpours I mentioned would soften them up & take away the "sour" smell for him

We both like rose mixed with other scents like marshmallow, bubblegum, cake. Years ago I used to get headaches from straight rose, even though I loved the scent. I learned that mixing it with something sweet prevented the headaches. Now I can take rose "straight up" with no headache! I've recently tried some fruit/floral combos & really liked them but I can't remember right now what they were.

Would also love to see some mint combos (maybe mixed with an herb or green tea).

8 Re: Nougat Tart Combinations on Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:08 pm

Semperfigal


Welcome firefly570! I love the mint combo suggestion! Glad you've got a wishlist started, it's the sign of a true addict! MY DH knows when Kathy had a sale, he gets home before I do, RATS! He hands me the box, winks and says, " you know they make medication that can help!" I laugh and tell him THIS IS my medication, and I haven't taken my daily dose yet, so don't mess with me! LOL He does woodworking, and receives his little packages from Rockler, so he has his own "sins" to deal with! He likes when I melt, he always points to what he refers to as "the cauldron" and wants to know what I have brewing tonight? He of course likes the bakery scents best!

9 Re: Nougat Tart Combinations on Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:19 pm

firefly570


Semperfigal, these tarts really are good medicine, aren't they. I do believe they contribute to our overall well-being just like pets do. I'm so glad my DH enjoys when I melt too. He's a sweetheart & he likes to see me enjoy myself. He does think it's odd that I "need" so many different scents though. He'd be happy to smell Rose 24/7! I need to have choices & I actually love the "torture" of choosing my scents. I think alot of men might roll thier eyes at our hobby, but deep down they really do appreciate a good smelling home.

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