A scoop of ice cream on a hot summer’s day… a warm, freshly baked cookie during the holidays… for many, vanilla has a timeless association with some of our favorite foods. Its creamy, sweet flavor can be found in desserts around the world, and its distinctly buttery aroma gracing just as many body care products, candles and perfumes. Perhaps one of the most popular fragrances on the market, grab your bottle of Piping Rock’s Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil and delight your family and friends with vanilla-scented products they will truly love!
Warm, deep, sophisticated aroma, with an alluring touch of sugar sweetness
History of Vanilla Bean
The second most expensive spice in the world (after saffron), vanilla has long been a sought-after commodity. It was first cultivated by the Totonac people centuries ago, who inhabit the eastern coast of Mexico in what is now Veracruz. The vanilla plant was a staple of their culture; according to ancient Totonac mythology, the vanilla plant was born when the Princess Xanat fled with her mortal lover, of which her father did not approve. The lovers died together, their blood spilling onto the earth and creating the very first vanilla orchid.
How to use Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil
Add the irresistibly creamy aroma of vanilla bean to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!
To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using vanilla fragrance oil, check out this simple step-by-step on The Pipe Line!