- Orange Blossom - A white flower that heralds warm days, orange blossom grows on the bitter orange tree. Known since Antiquity, it is a symbol of purity and beauty.
- Damask Rose - A divine symbol, the ‘Queen of Flowers’ is originally from Turkey. It is appreciated for its beauty and the subtlety of its fragrance.
- Cedar - A conifer of the Pinaceae family native to North Africa, cedar is an aromatic, durable and light wood.
- Sandalwood - This ancient wood comes from a parasitic evergreen tree. Native to the Mysore region of India, its fragrant and medicinal properties have been known for 4,000 years.
- Cypress - is a fresh scent of an evergreen tree from the Cupressaceae family. Its name is derived from the Greek mythology in which Cyparisse, Telephus’ son, was turned into a cypress by Apollo.
- Tomato - A fleshy berry from the Solanaceae family of plants, the tomato takes its name from the deformation of the Inca word ‘tomalt’.
- Spearmint - Its origin is uncertain, but it is probably the result of an ancient cross between two species of mint. Spearmint is a perennial plant known for its heady and subtle scent.
- Absinthe - A plant with stimulative power and an intense vegetal aroma, absinthe, previously known as 'the green fairy,' was reputed to provide creative powers.
I ordered two candles, I have had them before and love the scent
What a joyous online shopping experience that mirrors the store experience in Harrogate! If you've not been, please go. A beautifully packaged item with accompanying stationery that exudes class. One of the nicest smelling candles you'll find. A definite cut above the rest! Thank you for looking after me! Julian