Scent Guide 2022

Amber & Bergamot

Warm and inviting, amber and bergamot combined with subtle notes of geranium, black cardamom, sandalwood and eucalyptus.

Cedarwood & Sage

Rich and bold, cedarwood combines with fresh sage, patchouli, rose and amber with a touch of musk to create a truly captivating ambiance.

Citronella & Lemongrass

A bright blend of citronella, lemongrass, eucalyptus and lemon peel known to help keep away bugs. 

Citrus & Fern

A seductive and well-balanced medley of Italian mandarin, lemon leaf and oakmoss with a touch of red ginger and lavender. Wonderfully bright and earthy at the same time.

Coastal Seagrass

Clean and refreshing, gentle notes of salty seagrass and ocean water mingle with a hint of sweet coastal air… a blend that will transport you to a faraway shore with calming waves.

French Lavender & Vanilla

Sweet and refreshing, French lavender and classic vanilla bean are paired to create this elegant and deeply comforting scent. The perfect balance of two soothing favorites.

Gardenia & Jasmine

The strong floral note of gardenia mixed with gentle jasmine creates a seductive fragrance belonging to the tropics. Undertones of lemon peel and tuberose add depth to remind us that it’s always springtime somewhere in the world.

 

Lemon Verbena

Bright lemon and lively verbena combine in this uplifting fragrance. Lightly sweet and zesty citrus combined with fresh floral notes create an invigorating aroma. 

Mediterranean Fig

Sunripe figs with a subtle twist, this unique blend combines sweet Egyptian figs with amber, black currant and musk for an intriguing fruit scent.

Wild Honeysuckle

The intoxicating floral scent of honeysuckle growing wild on the tree is perfection. Succulent and sweet.

Unscented

Completely fragrance-free. Perfect for centerpieces, dinner candles and those who prefer no scent.

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