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Sweet , Epicure, Gourmet

This scent is best described as sweet, nutty and mellow with a hint of vanilla and whipped cream 

Have you noticed the gorgeous, violet-hued desserts popping up on Instagram and Pinterest lately? The star ingredient is UBE (pronounced OO-BAE), a purple yam that can be mashed or pureed and incorporated into sweet treats.

Ube is the star ingredient and the flavor trend of 2024. It offers a flavor reminiscent of walnuts, with a mild sweetness and a hearty undertone. Its texture is smooth, and its vibrant purple hue appears almost artificial.

Ube also known as Purple Yam, is a sweet potato that's native to the Philippines. 


  • Top notes: Grated Purple Yam ( UBE ) , Moro Orange, American Beautyberry

  • Middle Notes: Wild Raspberry, Whipped Cream, Geranium Petal

  • Base Notes:Sugar Cone Waffle Accord, French Vanilla, Brown Sugar

UBE ICE CREAM is  a captivating candle fragrance that transforms any space with its enchanting blend of unique and inviting aromas. At the top, grated purple yam mingles with the vibrant zest of Moro orange and the delicate sweetness of American beautyberry, creating an intriguing and uplifting opening.

The heart of the scent reveals the lush richness of wild raspberry, swirled with creamy, airy notes of whipped cream, and softened by the gentle touch of geranium petals, adding a floral sophistication.

As the candle burns, the base notes unfold, enveloping the room in the comforting warmth of sugar cone waffle accord, velvety French vanilla, and the deep, caramelized sweetness of brown sugar. "Violet Harmony" is a beautifully layered fragrance that brings an exquisite, cozy, and sophisticated ambiance to any setting.

Tease the senses with our scrumptious interpretation of this latest culinary craze featuring notes of grated purple yam and sun-ripened beautyberry brightened by orange peel,gently enveloped in whipped cream accord fused with tender eranium petals. Savory sugar cane waffle notes are perfectly balanced with hints of French vanilla, adding the final temptation for this fabulous and exotic treat!

About UBE and American Beautyberry

      About UBE :

      Ube, also known as purple yam, is a vibrant purple root vegetable native to the Philippines and other parts of Southeast Asia. Its distinct flavor is often described as mildly sweet with a hint of nuttiness, similar to that of walnuts. Ube is commonly used in a variety of desserts and dishes, including cakes, ice creams, and the popular Filipino treat, ube halaya (ube jam).

      The rise of ube as a trending ingredient in 2024 can be attributed to several factors:

      1. **Visual Appeal**: Ube's striking purple color is naturally eye-catching and adds an aesthetic appeal to food and beverages. This vivid hue is perfect for social media platforms like Instagram, where visually appealing food trends thrive.

      2. **Unique Flavor**: The subtle sweetness and nutty flavor of ube offer a distinct taste experience that stands out in a crowded market of flavors. Its versatility allows it to be used in both sweet and savory dishes, making it a popular choice for innovative recipes.

      3. **Cultural Influence**: As global cuisine continues to diversify and more people explore international flavors, traditional ingredients from various cultures gain popularity. Ube, deeply rooted in Filipino cuisine, has become a favorite in fusion dishes and among food enthusiasts looking to try something new.

      4. **Health Benefits**: Ube is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, making it a nutritious addition to the diet. Health-conscious consumers are increasingly seeking out ingredients that not only taste good but also offer health benefits.

      5. **Innovation in Food Industry**: Chefs and food manufacturers are constantly on the lookout for new and exciting ingredients to captivate consumers. Ube's unique characteristics make it an ideal candidate for creating innovative products that stand out in the market.

      These factors combined have propelled ube to the forefront of food trends in 2024, making it a sought-after ingredient for both traditional and contemporary culinary creations.

      Ube Jalea/Halaya (ube jam) is the most common and simplest way to consume ube, but there is no known history as to when Filipinos started to create ube into ube halaya.

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      About American BeautyBerry :

      American beautyberry, scientifically known as *Callicarpa americana*, is a deciduous shrub native to the southeastern United States. It is well-known for its striking clusters of bright purple berries that appear in late summer and fall. Here are some key points about American beautyberry:

      - **Berries**: The most distinctive feature of the American beautyberry is its vibrant, glossy purple berries, which grow in tight clusters around the stem.
      - **Leaves**: The plant has broad, elliptical leaves with a slightly serrated edge.
      - **Flowers**: Before the berries appear, the shrub produces small, pinkish to light purple flowers in the summer.

      - **Culinary**: While not commonly found in mainstream cuisine, the berries can be used to make jelly, wine, or other preserves. They have a mild, slightly medicinal flavor.
      - **Medicinal**: Traditionally, Native Americans and early settlers used parts of the plant for medicinal purposes, such as treating fever, stomach aches, and as a mosquito repellent.

        Ecological Importance
      - **Wildlife**: The berries are an important food source for various wildlife, including birds and deer, especially during the fall and winter months when other food sources are scarce.
      - **Pollinators**: The flowers attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, supporting local ecosystems.
      - **Landscaping**: American beautyberry is often used in landscaping for its ornamental value. Its vibrant berries add color to gardens, and it can thrive in a variety of soil types.

      -It is relatively easy to grow, requiring minimal maintenance, and is drought-tolerant once established.

       ** Trend in Fragrances and Foods **
      _In recent years, American beautyberry has gained attention in the culinary and fragrance industries due to its unique, appealing appearance and subtle fragrance. Its inclusion in new products aligns with the trend of incorporating native and natural ingredients that offer both aesthetic and ecological benefits.

      Overall, American beautyberry is celebrated for its beauty, utility, and contribution to biodiversity, making it a fascinating addition to various applications, from garden landscapes to innovative culinary and fragrance products.

      Decode the fragrance notes in the Olfactory Pyramid here.

       Product Specifications

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      • These are the fragrance oils from Eco Candle Project for making your scented candles, diffusers, and melts. Ideal for all candles, diffusers, and melts-making businesses, hobbyists, and individuals. 
      • These fragrances are produced using premium ingredients, made in the EU, from the same suppliers of the top brands in the market.
      • It may not be necessary to use the maximum FO (fragrance oil) load in your goods. For wax products, we suggest you commence testing at 6% and increase the fragrance load up to the maximum IFRA fragrance usage for your corresponding finished product as detailed in each product
      • All fragrances are 100% concentrated, we suggest that you test our fragrances in finished products before you make any conclusions.
      • Other testing notes should never take the place of your testing. Always test fragrance in all applications. We do not take responsibility for our test results differing from your test results. Eco Candle Project is not responsible for any finished products made with our raw ingredients.
      • We advise you not to smell the fragrance oil directly from the bottle as it is a concentrated substance! You can test the smell by applying a small amount of it to a strip of paper or a small amount of warm water. Evaluate the true smell only in the final product!
      • This fragrance meets European standards: IFRA, CLP CE N ° 1907/2006, and European cosmetic regulation 1223/2009 / EEC, it is important to respect the recommended dosages (see the Technical Documentation tab) and comply with the strictest global RIFM and IFRA standards.

      • All fragrances are paraben-free 
      • All fragrances are vegan 
      • All fragrances are cruelty-free 
      • All fragrances are fair-trade 
      • All fragrances are packaged either in aluminum bottles or phthalate-free, recyclable, PET plastic bottles. 
      •  Phthalate-free ( Phthalate or more precisely "diethyl phthalate" is sometimes present in some fragrances. This type of phthalate is not classified as dangerous or at risk by current regulations. "Diethyl phthalate" is regularly used in the world of cosmetics, it is present in glosses or eyeliner. It is also diethyl phthalate that is found in certain fragrances (this allows a certain fluidity to be obtained in the liquid). Not to be confused with certain phthalates which are banned in Europe in the toy industry, for example, "toys made in China"  (CMR agent )

      Due to the risk of contamination, all fragrance sales are final. As such, we suggest that you test smaller sizes.

      Technical Documentation

      51Th IFRA CERTIFICATE  here
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