Sautee Nacoochee is an area near my home in Northeast Georgia. It has a rich Native American history. There's even a legend of two lovers, Sautee and Nacoochee who were from rival tribes. When it was found out they were eloping, tribal elders threw Sautee off nearby Yonah Mountain and then Nacoochee also threw herself off the mountain. The Sautee Nacoochee valley is a beautiful area which includes an Indian mound.
Patchouli - Just the name alone sounds earthy! Patchouli is a rich, woody, earthy scent that reminded me of what it might have smelled like in the Sautee Nacoochee valley long ago. Patchouli may also bring back memories of the 1970s for some people! Not old enough to remember the 70s? Well, if you like earthy scents, then Sautee Nacoochee soap is for you!
Soap is created using the hot process method.
Bars weigh approximately 4 oz. Each bar is individually cut causing a slight variation in size.
Palm oil (RSPO certified sustainable palm oil)
Sodium hydroxide (lye)