Isle of Islay
Smells like: Whiskey, leather and bonfire
The Isle of Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, and is known as "The Queen of the Hebrides.” Located off of the western coast of Scotland, Islay is known for it’s whiskey using the island’s characteristically peaty malts. This soap smells like whisky, leather and bonfire all tied up in one with notes of basil and sandalwood. The subtle swirl comes from rhassoul clay, and Heather buds from the hills of Scotland are sprinkled on top. I hope using this soap transports you to a magical place.
Ingredients: Saponified Oils (Lard, Olive, Rice Bran, Coconut, Sunflower, Castor), Water, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lactate, Rhassoul Clay, Fragrance and Essential Oils, Heather, and Rosemary Oleoresin Extract
Weight approx. 4 oz.
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