Spicy Citrus Simmering Potpourri Gift in a jar

Stormy Stewart


this simmering scent will make your home smell like the woods just after a winters snow. A must have for the winter holiday season.


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1/2 gallon jar or 2 qts


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1 c
1 inch cinnamon sticks
1 c
whole all spice
1 c
coriander seed
1 c
star anise
2 c
dried orange peel
1/2 c
whole cloves
1/2 c
crushed nutneg
drops cinnamon oil
drops all spice oil
drops sweet orange oil

How to Make Spicy Citrus Simmering Potpourri Gift in a jar


  • 11 cup 1" cinnamon sticks 1 cup whole allspice
    1 cup star anise 1 cup coriander seed
    2 cups dried orange peel 1/2 cup cloves
    1/2 cup crushed nutmeg 10 drops cinnamon oil
    10 drops allspice oil 20 drops sweet orange oil
  • 2Layer following ingredients in a gallon jar and add oils to corresponding ingredients. Shake well and age 1 day before using:
  • 3Directions for Use on gift tag:

    Spicy Citrus Potpourri

    Add 2 cups mixture to a saucepan filled with 1 1/2 cups of water and bring to boil. Reduce heat,simmer for 15-20 minutes. Mixture may be reused several times, after adding water to it.

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About Spicy Citrus Simmering Potpourri Gift in a jar

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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