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This was really nice. Infact, I felt like tossing this into the bath tub for a real relaxing bath. This has a great relaxing smell that is best enjoyed when the mind's off mood and you feel like tearing your head apart. This is the state I was in today and this fragrance soothed me. Thanks so much for it. A very good one.

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Charishma_Ramchandani May 20, 2002

I used 1/4 apple, 2 cinnamon sticks, lemon juice and quite a bit of ground cloves (good way to use up that spice). Will be using this alot during holidays. Made for Think Pink 2009.

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nemokitty October 21, 2009

It smells so good. I used maybe 8-9 cloves. I used 1/2 apple and 1/2 lemon. Thanks Nancy for posting this recipe. Made for Holiday tag

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Boomette October 18, 2009

Made the whole house smell like Thanksgiving and Christmas! I threw in a star anise because I had one that needed using. I did this on the stovetop, but will be using it in my little crockpot also! Thanks for sharing.

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Mikekey November 16, 2008

A wonderful fragrance which I used in a Le Creuset fondue pot on top of my Godin woodburning stove! I found that the 10 to 15 cloves took over the other fragrances a little bit - so next time I do this over Christmas, I will put about 5 cloves in, and maybe 3 sticks of cinnamon! LOVED this however - it last for 3 days, being stored in the fridge at night as you suggested! Thanks for a lovely festive scent.....loved it! FT:-)

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