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You can have peace of mind knowing I've chosen the top quality (and safe!) fragrances for our warm cups of candle!


Fragrance Descriptions

White Sage and Lavender

Floral, clean and earthy, this mix of white sage and lavender is calming and grounding. 

Peppermint Eucalyptus

Picture smelling fresh eucalyptus and garden-picked spearmint. It's both refreshing and invigorating!

Cashmere Plum

Luxurious and feminine. The fruity notes of black cherry, and plum pair exquisitely with undertones of musk and amber with just a hint of citrus.

Warm Amber

Egyptian Amber is a sultry, woody scent with a bold musk aroma. With a heart of sandalwood and leather, a touch of jasmine and ozone add sweetness and complexity. The Egyptian Amber candle will bring sophistication and opulence to any room.

FALL 2022

Apple Harvest
This scent makes you feel like you just got home from an autumn evening walk and are preparing to drink some fresh apple cider. It has bright fruit notes and a touch of spice with a warmth of vanilla we all need this fall. 
Pumpkin Spice
 Flannels, bonfires, and pumpkin carving-these are the words that come right to mind when you light a pumpkin spice candle. All the cozy autum vibes. 


White Birch
This candle smells like you've walked into a forest with special blend of birch, pine, and cypress fragrances. Perfect Christmas Tree smell.
Smell just like a gingerbread cookies!
Notes of ginger, cream, butter, and graham cracker come through right away, while the familiar aromas of vanilla, molasses, and spices reinforce the deliciousness of this fragrance.
Mistletoe is a festive blend of pine, eucalyptus, and a touch of sweetness, perfect for the holiday season. It almost has a masculine cologne touch-perfect for a kiss right under the mistletoe ;)
Cranberry Woods
Cranberry Woods has a wonderful fragrance. One of my faves! It has a distinctive fruity and sweet smell of cranberries and a hint of pine and fir trees.