The Mob (Fragrance Oil)
The Mob fragrance begins with the classic zesty notes of lemon and green, followed by fresh and lively scents of freesia, geranium, and eucalyptus before mellowing into a deep and earthy blend of musk, sandalwood, cedarwood, moss, and amber. These masculine undertones and classic, timeless aroma will have you feeling like you just stepped into a mob hangout spot.
The Mob Fragrance Oil is perfect for those times when you want to feel powerful, confident, and full of street-smart charisma. Whether you’re grabbing lunch with the ‘family’, hanging out in a seedy dive bar, or sitting in on a meeting of mob boss power, this fragrance will have you feeling like you belong amongst their ranks.
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The Mob (Fragrance Oil)
WOW, I was amazed by the exquisiteness of this scent, I smelled it directly from the bottle, I have already prepared a couple of candles with CB2 wax and now I have them at rest, in one more week I will do the HT test, I hope it will be totally successful, thanks friends of Black Tie Barn, the other fragrances are also very unique and special.
Really impressed with this FO would buy again💯
I call this the Mob Boss. It has an Al Capon feeling all over it. When I smell the musky, sandlewood, cedarwood, moss, and amber... Man I am transported back to the mob days and can imagine that scent in the boss' office as I stare at him across the desk... Great scent for a men's line
I love the smell. It's strong smells like men, yes √ , for candles; I don't think so. It smells like Cologne for men also; when I receive the bottle, it does say how much % to use. I was looking for it because I thought if I can use this on my body butter, is it safe for lotions and body butter? Please let me know. I know in the future, I will buy more. I still love the smell, and I need my boyfriend to wear it. Just let me know what % 🥰
Thanks for the feedback. We don't list a percentage recommended to use because it depends on specific products and what the maker is trying t achieve. There really is not a specific percentage per se. You can, however, check the IFRA doc, for each fragrance (listed on the product page) and it will show you the maximum usage percentages for each possible use (candles, bath and body, etc). We we haven't tested or made those specific products yet we can't suggest the ideal percentage at this time. Taking a quick peak at the IFRA I would keep the % around 5% or less, but again... depends on the specific application. Hope that helps!