Twisted Carnival Scrub
Label is made from original painting image by the artist: Sam Roloff , who I would like to thank for generously letting us use his artwork for the label! Thank you Sammy!! Sam has lent us his AMAZING work for Art House label for over ten years now!Please visit him at: http://samroloff.com/
Now onto the Scrub’s “ tasting notes” (for smelling purposes only- please. Do not taste or eat!)Twisted Carnival Scrub , featuring the AMAZING artwork of Sam Roloff's painting: Wanderlust!
Scents to choose from:
Twisted Carnival #1: This is a sinfully delicious, deep fried, Twisted Carnival concoction of sticky, deep fried pastry dough dusted with a heavenly glaze of brown sugar, melted butter, maple syrup, cinnamon, and nutmeg! The dough is then twisted with aromatic toasted Vanilla Spun Sugar, garnished with gooey Caramel Corn and drizzled with Marshmallow Creme! Oh the Twisted Horror!!!
Twisted Carnival #2- Notes are similar to Twisted Carnival #1, but the outcome is completely different!
This blend is a sweet, warm funnel cake made with buttery cream, milky caramelized sugar, powdery sweet confection sugar and topped with loads of Strawberry sauce! Then finished off with a crumbling of Buttery Toffee bits, Butterscotch Marshmallow, and a light dusting of nutmeg!
Both Twisted Carnival scents are made with last years formulation recipe!
New! ~ Cotton Candy Berry Blast!- Super sweet, delicious spun sugar doused with a juicy ripe berry medley syrup!
Cherry Cola- another delicious and refreshing cola's! This one with realistic sweet maraschino cherry syrup!
Chocolate Cola: Rich, dark, chocolate syrup blends beautifully with fragrant and fresh effervescent cola! One of Moona's favorite scents! Its chocolaty, but the soda cuts the sweetness just enough to make it refreshing for summer!
All featuring Sammy's beautiful label in a 6 oz jar!
There you have it, please use caution when exiting the tub
Label shown on scrub jar is Sam Roloff's : Wanderlust painting.
History note about cotton candy! Did you know it was invented by a dentist! And originally called, "Fairy Floss"?! Read all about here:
From the article:
Cotton candy isn’t a modern invention. According to Tim Richardson’s Sweets: A History of Candy, it dates back at least to the 15th Century, when creative Italian cooks fashioned fantastic sculptures from spun sugar, first melting the sugar, then drawing it out with a fork and draping the thin strands over a wooden broom handle.
In the 16th Century, Henri III of France, on a state visit to Venice, was treated to an all-sugar banquet, complete with spun-sugar cutlery and tablecloth; and in the early 19th Century, French celebrity chef Marie-Antoine Carême—who made Napoleon’s wedding cake—was famed for his spun-sugar windmills, fountains, gondolas, temples, and palaces. Even the less exalted cook could try her hand at spun sugar: Elizabeth Raffald’s The Experienced English Housekeeper (1769) includes recipes for gold and silver webs for covering sweetmeats, made by drawing sugar syrup up with a knife tip and whipping it “as quick as possible backwards and forwards” across a mold made from an inverted buttered bowl.