Earth and Herbs

Flower and Herb Farm in NE Washington State

Bramble Berry needs S.O.A.P. Panel members!

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Bramble Berry are looking for scent testers for their S.O.A.P. Panel to test their new fragrances for 2014. Here at Earth and Herbs we LOVE Bramble Berry scents and supplies! We’ve purchased from many different suppliers over the years since the birth of our soaping adventures in 1999, but know that Bramble Berry will have the best prices, selection, and highest quality products, and have no reason to shop anywhere else! We would be thrilled to be among the lucky eight!

Bramble Berry oils

Our very favorite scent at the moment is the Smokey Patchouli Fragrance Oil. We use it for our BEER soap! It pairs well with the nuttiness of our local craft beer, and gives us that exotic and intoxicating scent of Patchouli that takes us back to another, simpler time, and reminds us of the earth and incense!

This February we will be teaching a soap making class for the Northeast Preppers community, and think it would be a great occasion to let them all sample the fragrances as well. Not only will we be able to experiment with new scents, but we can ask the Preppers to vote and comment on their favorites! As the new year continues, and our soap supplies grow, we will be making our debut at the local Farmer’s Market here in NE WA… and we are confident Bramble Berry will keep us well supplied, and extremely happy!



Author: earthandherbs

Earth and Herbs is a four-generation, all female run farm in Eastern Washington State. We grow lavender, decorative and edible flowers, and herbs. We make a variety of products from what we grow, such as natural soap and toiletries, lavender sachets and neck pillows, and lots of art. We're on 10 acres in beautiful Chewelah, Washington just south of the Canadian boarder, and strive for sustainability, growing organically, permaculture and enriching the earth. This spring we will be integrating ducks and geese into our farm to help with weed/pest control and fertilization of our 13 varieties of lavender and 1,000 flower bulbs. Contact us for more information.

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