Summer Cocktail Diffuser Blends - Naturally Blended

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Summer Cocktail Diffuser Blends

Summer cocktail diffuser blends

It’s time to celebrate all things summer and July Customer Appreciation Month with these totally energizing and uplifting cocktail diffuser blends! Plus there is no need to worry about what time of day it is because it’s always five o’clock with your diffuser. So kick your feet up, put an icy drink in your hand and order up your favorite cocktail, diffuser blend style.

How does your family enjoy spending the summer? Let us know in the comments below!

Minty Mojjto Diffuser Blend

Minty Mojito

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Moscow Mule Diffuser Blend

Moscow Mule

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Bellini

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Paloma Diffuser Blend

Paloma

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Pina Colada Diffuser Blend

Piña Colada

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Mint Julep Diffuser Blend

Mint Julep

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Mai Tai Diffuser Blend

Mai Tai

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

Margarita

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Add all these essential oils to your aromatherapy diffuser.

11 thoughts on “Summer Cocktail Diffuser Blends”

  1. If you have Cistus (a previous oil of the month) add a drop to that margarita mix! It gives it a great boozy tequila smell!

  2. I don’t have peru balsam, which is in several recipes. Is there a good substitute? Preferably KS. Thanks

    1. Peru Balsam is something we use to give these recipes a little sweetness. So it might change the end result, but Copaiba or Vanilla are probably your best bets.

  3. Love these, so fun! Although, I noticed that the Mai tai and Mimosa are the same ingredients. Thank!s for this

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